Saturday, November 18, 2017

Robert YOUNG, Father and Son, of Ayrshire, Railwaymen.


My grandmother, Janet Howatson YOUNG, emigrated to South Australia in 1912, where she married my grandfather, Peter GORRIE, of Edinburgh, M.D.


[Last known photograph of Janet Howatson GORRIE (left), taken in the weeks leading up to her death in 1936. 
She is with her sister Mrs Janey MACKIE.]

Janet died well before I was born, so I have no knowledge of her other than what I have learned of her from my late mother, and from more recent research that I have conducted into her life.

But I have a great deal of admiration for the way she dealt with the difficulties that life presented her - from her mother's death when Janet was just 5 years of age, the consequent dose of the "wicked step-mother" syndrome, and with a degree of alienation from her father that went with that (she had to put her age up to circumvent him from stopping her from entering the nursing profession, and he disapproved of her going to Australia) - to the rigours of bearing her first child in a relatively "remote" outback location thousands of miles away from her remaining close female relations (including her sister Janey MACKIE in India, and her maternal grandmother Janet Burns Howatson THOMSON then living in Essex ) - to the final indignity of having to see her marriage end in a welter of whisky and wallopings, and packing her pickled and estranged Peter off, back to Scotland, not once, but twice, the second time just months before she died, aged 53, and understandably well nigh exhausted.

I had originally intended this article to be my tribute to her, and dedicated to her memory.
But, as the amount of information is getting a bit unwieldy, I have now decided to publish her story on her own blog.page, at this link:
HER SEPARATE BLOG IS STILL IN DRAFT FORM.
THE LINK TO IT WILL BE POSTED HERE WHEN IT IS PUBLISHED.
But Janet's origins were in Ayrshire in Scotland, where her father and grandfather both made careers as Railwaymen.

This article will now concentrate on those origins.

And we start at the beginning in Kilwinning, in the YOUNG residence in the Byres, when the newly a-building Railways virtually went past their front door, but with a journey even further back in time.
Her direct ancestors are highlighted in bold type.
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EARLY YOUNG FAMILY ORIGINS IN KILWINNING.

Thomas YOUNG was an Agricultural Labourer, residing at Blacklands, in Kilwinning Parish, when he had children born there and baptised in the Kilwinning Parish Kirk, between 1784 and 1788; by 1791, he was living in the Byres, in Kilwinning Town.
His parentage is not yet established, but there are two candidates in Kilwinning Parish records, although naming traditions suggest that neither of them are certainties for our Thomas:
i. Thomas YOUNG, baptised at Kilwinning, 11 June 1751, son of Alexander YOUNG and Ann CUNNINGHAM.
ii. Thomas YOUNG, born in Nethermains, and baptised at Kilwinning on 15 Septemeber 1756, son of George YOUNG and Mary YOUNG.

Thomas YOUNG and Margaret CUNNINGHAM, both of Kilwinning, gave in their names for marriage on Friday 24 January, 1783, and were duly proclaimed in the Kirk, and married there on 14 February following. Margaret was born at Lower Fergusshill, in Kilwinning Parish, on 22 January 1755, a daughter of Robert CUNNINGHAM and Janet FERGUSSON.

No details have yet been found of the deaths of either Thomas or Margaret.

They had issue:
1. Robert YOUNG, born at Blacklands, 13 January 1784. See [A] below.
2. Thomas YOUNG, born at Blacklands, 9 December 1785, and baptised at Kilwinning Kirk, 11 December; evidently died young.
3. Mary YOUNG, born at Blacklands, 13 May 1788 (her mother recorde,evidently in error, as Agnes CUNNINGHAM); perhaps the Mary INNES, aged 60, living with Robert and Thomas YOUNG in the 1841 Census?
4. Janet YOUNG, born at the Byres, 20 January or June 1791, and baptised at Kilwinning Kirk, 3 July.
5. Thomas YOUNG, born at the Byres, 29 November 1793, and baptised at Kilwinning Kirk, 1 December; a Hand Loom Weaver, residing with his brother Robert in the 1841 Census.
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[A] Robert YOUNG was enumerated in the 1841 Census at the Byres, Kilwinning, as a Hand Loom Weaver, aged, with his wife Elizabeth, his brother Thomas, his three unmarried daughters, and Mary INNES, aged 60(+), Independant, and born in the county, perhaps a relation. Robert was still there in 1851, with his wife Elizabeth, aged 66, a Dressmaker, his brother Thomas, and his two unmarried daughters.

Robert YOUNG, Cotton Weaver, died at Byres Street, Kilwinning, on 23 February 1857, aged 73 (of disease of the Bladder, 19 months), the death informed by his daughter Elizabeth (both his parents named in the Register); he was buried in the Kilwinning Kirkyard.

Robert YOUNG and Elizabeth RAMSAY, both of the parish of Kilwinning, "... gave in their names in order to be proclaimed for marriage, upon 21st May 1808, and thence married" [Kilwinning Register; images on the www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk web-site]

His widow Elizabeth YOUNG died at Byres Street on 3 October 1860, aged 75 (of Bronchitis), informed by her son Thomas YOUNG of Greenock Road, Port Glasgow (who identified her parents as Hugh RAMSAY, Cotton Weaver, and Elizabeth KING, both deceased); she was buried with Robert in Kilwinning Kirkyard.

Robert and Elizabeth had issue:
1. Thomas YOUNG, born 4 May 1809, and baptised at Kilwinning Kirk, 21 May; evidently died in infancy.
2. Elizabeth YOUNG, born at Kilwinning, about 1812; aged 30 (+), Sewer, with her parents, 1841; aged 39, Sewing Muslin, with her parents, 1851; still residing at Byres Street in 1857 when she informed her father's death.
3. Jean YOUNG, born at Kilwinning, about 1820; aged 20(+), with her parents, 1841; aged 31,  Sewing Muslin, with her parents, 1851.
4. Robert YOUNG, born at Kilwinning, about 1823. See [B] below.
5. Thomas YOUNG, born at Kilwinning, about 1825; living at Greenock Road, Port Glasgow, October 1860, when he informed his mother's death.
(? Mary YOUNG, born at Kilwinning, about 1826; aged 25, Shop Keeper for John KNOX at Bridgend, Kilwinning, 1851 Census, unmarried and born in Kilwinning; but probably instead a daughter of Archibald and Mary YOUNG of Doura Mains, Kilwinning.)
6. Agnes YOUNG, born at Kilwinning, about 1829; aged 10, with her parents, 1841; not at home in 1851 - possibly at Bridgend, Kilwinning, aged 22, House Servant to John KNOX, Merchant, Grocer, Spirits and Provision Dealer (and his wife and infant child), along with Mary YOUNG, aged 25, born Kilwinning, Shop Keeper.
7. Helen YOUNG, born at Kilwinning, about 1831; aged 12, with her parents, 1841; possibly at Ardoch Farm, Kilwinning, 1851 Census, aged 20, House servant to William MUIR and his wife; she was married at Kilwinning, on 24 December 1855, to John BICKETT; with issue.
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PATON AND ALLAN FAMILIES IN AYRSHIRE.
THIS SECTION IS A WORK IN PROGRESS. ADDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TO BE MADE UNTIL THIS NOTICE IS REMOVED.
Hugh PATON was a Workman and Indweller in Peatland in 1776-1788, in Oldrome in 1791, and in Fourthacres in 1793-196, all in Dundonald Parish, Ayrshire; he was married in about 1775 to Margaret FERGUSSON; and they had issue:
1. Janet PATON.
2. Hugh PATON.
3. Jean PATON.
4. Hugh PATON.
5. Cathrine PATON.
6. John PATON.
7. Robert PATON.
8. Robert PATON. born at Oldrome, and baptised at Doundonald on 5 August 1791. See [X] below.
9. Margaret PATON.
10. Agnes PATON.

John ALLAN was Tenant and Farmer in Harpercroft, Dundonald Parish, 1791-1807; he moved to Craigie Arish about 1810; he was married at Craigie by Kilmarnock, 11 April 1790, to Jean TEMPLETON; they had issue:
1. Janet ALLAN.
2. David ALLAN.
3. Margaret ALLAN, baptised at Dundonald, 1 June 1794; she married Robert PATON. See [X] below.
4. Robert ALLAN.
5. Jean ALLAN.
6. Mary ALLAN.
7. John ALLAN.
8. Archibald ALLAN.
9. James ALLAN.
10. George ALLAN.
11. William Campbell ALLAN
12. John ALLAN.
13. Elizabeth ALLAN.

[X] Robert PATON was in Craigie Parish 1817-1836; at Colliebarlees, Craigie, 1827-1836; he was at Scargies, in Riccarton Parish, 1841 Census, Limestone Miner, with his wife and family; he still at Scargies in 1851, as an Agricultural Labourer, with wife and children, and in 1861, as a Surfaceman  with wife and children, and in 1871 as a Labourer, with his wife.
Robert died at Scargies, in Riccarton, on 11 July 1877, aged 85 years [Kilmarnock Standard, 21 July].
Robert PATON and Margaret ALLAN, both of the parish, entered their names for proclamation of marriage on 8 November 1817, at the Craigie Parish Kirk.
Margaret died at 5 Christie Street, Paisley, on 7 March 1883, aged 88, of old age, the widow of Robert PATON, Road Surfaceman.
They had issue:
1. John PATON, born 14 September 1818; with his parents, 1841.
2. Hugh PATON, born 23 September 1820.
3. Jean PATON, born at Colliebarlees, 29 November 1827, and baptised at Criagie Kirk, 9 December; she was with her parents in 1841; she married Robert YOUNG. See [B] below.
4. Margaret PATON, born 19 January 1830.
5. Janet PATON, born 30 March 1832; with her parents, 1841.
6. James PATON, born 2 May 1836; with his parents, 1841.
7. Elizabeth PATON.
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[B] ROBERT YOUNG SENIOR.



[Robert YOUNG Senior.]

Robert YOUNG Senior, was born at the Byres, in Kilwinning, in about 1823, the second born but eldest surviving son of Robert YOUNG the elder, and his wife Elizabeth RAMSAY.
Young Robert had already left home before the 1841 Census, when his father enumerated at the Byres, in Kilwinning, recorded as a Handloom Weaver (with wife Elizabeth, brother Thomas, and Robert and Elizabeth's three unmarried daughters.
Also in the Byres was the Kilwinning Railway Station, opened just twelve months earlier, on 23 March 1840, on the Glasgow, Paisley, Kilmarnock and Ayr Railway.

Robert was not at home in 1841; there were eight Robert YOUNGs of near age recorded in Ayrshire in that Census, but it is not possible to identify which, if any, might be our Robert. He may have been in another County.

In about 1845, aged about 22, he was employed by the Glasgow and South Western Railway Company on the permanent way near Kilwinning. In the 1851 Census, he was enumerated back at Byres Street, Kilwinning, as a Rail Layer, with his wife and infant son.
In 1852, Robert was "elevated from the ranks" and appointed Permanent Way Inspector, of the Way and Works Branch, for the Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway. He moved his family to Paisley.
In 1861, he was at 19 St James's Street, Paisley, Railway Inspector, with his wife and family; and in 1871, he was at 19 Underwood Street, Paisley, Inspector on Railways, again with his wife and family.
Directories record him at 19 Underwood Street, Paisley, 1861-1863, as Foreman, Railway; at 22 Underwood Street, 1865-1866; at 19 Underwood, 1866-1869; and at 19 Underwood Street, 1874, as Railway Overseer.

By 1874, Robert's employer, the Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway Company had purchased the Glasgow to Kilmarnock line, and due to the heavy increase of traffic on both, decided to appoint a second Inspector, to share the workload. This meant that Robert was "promoted" to take responsibility for the Glasgow, Barrhead and Kilmarnock Joint Railway.

Robert was the guest of honour at a banquet held on 14 November 1874 at the Globe Hotel, Paisley, where he was presented with a clock, a purse of sovereigns, and Mrs YOUNG with a brooch and ring, to mark their transfer from Paisley. The chair of the occasion, Mr William AUCHERLONIE, the Superintendent of Paisley Station, referred to Robert's "... sound judgment and good common sense" and his "... discretion" and noted his faithful service to the Company, the respect and esteem in which he was held by his men, and his quite and unobtrusive worth as a friend. AUCHERLONIE also said of the Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway that ".. better kept roads and a safer and more complete system of signally is not to be met with any other line in the Kingdom (Applause), and all this had been carried out and constructed under the immediate eye of Mr YOUNG." At the presentation, Mr James NIVEN, of Glasgow, added his own accolades, referring to Robert's "... industry, perseverance and steadiness, combined with a superior intelligence" which had led to his elevation from the ranks to be inspector of way and works, to the "... utmost satisfaction he has given to his employers," and to the "... universal respect and esteem with which he was held by all with whom he came in contact." [Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette, 14 November 1874].

Robert moved his family to Tetwood House, in Haggs Road, Pollokshaws; he was enumerated there in 1881, Railway Inspector, with his wife, two unmarried daughters, his four younger sons, and a boarder William PATON (Joiner, aged 24, born Dundonald), who may have been his wife's relation; and he was still there in 1891, a widower, with his son.

Robert died at his son's residence, Station Cottage, Beith, on 17 February 1909, aged 86, (of Senile Decay), Railway Inspector Retired, late of Haggs Road, Pollokshaws, informed by his son Robert YOUNG Junior, present at the death.



[The head-stone on Robert YOUNG Senior's Lair, Woodside Cemetery, Paisley.]



[Robert YOUNG Senior's Lair, against the eastern boundary wall, on the path leading south from the entrance gates down to the Railway easement, which marked the northern boundary.
The head-stone marking it is the nearest on the left.]
Robert YOUNG, Rail Layer, was married at Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, on 27 September 1850, to Jane PATON, a daughter of Robert PATON and Margaret ALLAN. See above.
Jane PATON died at Tetwood Cottage, Haggs Road, Pollokshaws, Eastwood District, on 6 July 1880, aged 53, of Diabetes; she was buried in the YOUNG Lair at Woodside Cemetery.
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THE FAMILY OF ROBERT YOUNG AND JEAN PATON.

1. Robert YOUNG, born at the Byres, Kilwinning, on 2 December 1850. See [C] below.

2.Hugh YOUNG, born at Paisley, Renfrewshire, 5 December 1852; scholar, with his parents, 1861 Census; died 24 January 1864, and buried in the Robert YOUNG Lair (or Plot), Woodside Cemetery, Paisley, 28 January.

3. Margaret YOUNG, born at Paisley, 24 February 1855, a twin; Warper, with her parents, 1861; she died at Haggs Road, Pollokshaws, 6 October 1877, aged 22, and buried in her father's Lair at Woodside Cemetery; she was married at Paisley, 20 November 1874, to Simon Adam NIXON, Power Loom Warper, of 27 Canal Street, Paisley, aged 28 (son of John NIXON, Shawl Manufacture, and Isabella ADAM); they had issue:
     a. Jeannie P. NIXON; buried on 18 July 1878 in Robert YOUNG's Lair at Woodside.

4. Thomas YOUNG, born at Paisley, 24 February 1855, the other twin; Machinist Apprentice, with his parents, 1861; he was at Clyde View Terrace, Middle Church Parish, Paisley, 1881 Census, aged 27, 2nd Engineer S.S. Fitzclarence, with his wife and two children; he was married at Paisley, 12 August 1874, to Annie McGOWN (daughter of Robert McGOWN, Railway Porter, and Elizabeth BLACKWOOD); they had issue:
     a. Robert YOUNG, born at Paisley, 17 November 1874; aged 6, Scholar, with his parents, 1881; he arrived in Boston, Massachusetts, 7 March 1911, on the ship Parisian; Naturalised on 2 June 1916; at East Sixth Street, Boston, 1920 Census, aged 47, Auditing Clerk, Steam Railway, with wife and two children; he died in 1925; he married Isabel GRAHAM; she was at East Sixth Street, Boston, 1930 Census, aged 60, Widow, with two children; they had issue:
          i. Agnes YOUNG; aged 12, with her parents, 1920; aged 22, with her mother, 1930.
          ii. Robert YOUNG, born at Boston, 19 September 1916; aged 3 years 11 months, with his parents, 1920; aged 14, with his mother, 1930; died in March 1983, late of Marston Mills, Barnstable, Massachusetts.
     b. Thomas YOUNG; aged 3, with his parents, 1881. Married with issue.
     c. William YOUNG, born about 1877; died at 2 Niddry Street, Paisley, on 5 April 1880, and buried in the YOUNG Lair at Woodside.
     d. Elizabeth Blackwood YOUNG, born in December 1879; died at 2 Niddry Street, Paisley, on 7 March 1880, and buried with her brother at Woodside.
     e. Jeannie YOUNG; married William WILSON; with issue:
          i. Jackie WILSON.
     f. Annie YOUNG, born at Paisley, 1883; she died at Greenock, 1968; she was married at Eastwood, Renfrewshire, on 3 January 1911, to Hugh McNIVEN (son of John McNIVEN, Cartwright, and Agnes LINDSAY).
Thomas was of Titwood House, Polokshaws, aged 33, Engine Fitter, when he was married secondly, at Haggs Road, Pollokshaws, 9 November 1888, to Elizabeth ANDERSON, aged 27, Power Loom Weaver (daughter of George ANDERSON, Coal Miner, and Margaret PARKER).

5. Elizabeth YOUNG, born at Paisley, 23 February 1857; with her parents in 1861; Housekeeper, with her father, 1881; she died at Grahamfield Cottage on 15 December 1902, and was buried in Beith Cemetery; she married at Tetwood, Pollockshaws, 1 September 1886, Andrew CROSBIE, aged 29, Widower, Railway Clerk, of Kirkintilloch (son of John CROSBIE, Coal Clerk, and Mary CRAIG); issue:
     a. John CROSBIE, born at Thomchard, Renfrewshire, 1 May 1889; married Nan ROBINSON, with issue.
     b. Robin CROSBIE; went to Boston; married without issue.
     c. Mary CROSBIE; died unmarried.
     d. Elizabeth CROSBIE; died unmarried.
     e. Andrew CROSBIE; married Peg; with issue.
Andrew married thirdly, Mary DUNLOP; he died on 5 June 1939, and was buried at Beith.

6. Jane YOUNG, born at Paisley, 1 October 1860; with her parents, 1861, 1871; House-worker, with her father, 1881; married at Titwood House, Pollokshaws, 9 July 1889, to George URIE, aged 33, Joiner Journeyman, of 6 Matilda Terrace, Strathbungo (son of Thomas URIE, Blacksmith, and Mary COWAN; they had issue:
     a. Robert Young URIE, born in 1892; Coal Merchant, of Langside Road, 1930, when he confirmed the will of his uncle Robert YOUNG of Beith (my great-grandfather); he died on 13 May 1961; he married Alexandrina JOHNSTONE; she died in 1965; they had issue:
          i. George URIE; of Dunoon, Argylleshire; unmarried.
          ii. Betty URIE; married William McINTYRE; he died in 1976, with issue.
     b. Mary Cowan URIE, born on 15 January 1894; died on 15 May 1977; married Richard MACAULAY; he died in 1971, without issue.
     c. Jane Paton URIE, born on 14 February 1896; living in 2989; married Robert PARKER (1880-1962); with issue.

7. John YOUNG, born at Paisley, 14 November 1862; with his parents, 1871; Joiner's Apprentice, with his father, 1881; at 41 Pollok Street, Eastwood, 1891 Census, aged 28, Joiner, with wife; he was married firstly, at 30 Pleasance Street, Pollokshaws (the bride's residence), 30 July 1885, to Margaret Ann McDOUGALL, aged 21, Spinster (daughter of John McDOUGALL, Dairyman, and Margaret KERR); she died at 41 Pleasant Street, Pollokshaws, in 1894, aged 30, of "Alcoholism, nervous exhaustion", married to John YOUNG, Joiner Journeyman, the death informed by her father.
John emigrated to Connecticut in December 1891, and settled in New Haven; he applied for a U.S. Passport in July 1910, intending to visit relatives in the U.K. [this record, viewable on ancestry.com, has his physical description and a photograph]; he was a Carpenter, and I last have him in Clarke Avenue, New Haven, in the 1940 Census, with his wife Joan, widowed daughter Esther and grand-daughter Joan REVELY; they had issue:
     a. Robert McLean YOUNG, born in New Haven on 9 April 1903; he died on 8 April 1988, late of 16 Clark Street, New Haven; he married Alice M. PERDRIZET.
     b. Esther P. YOUNG, born in New Haven on 31 March 1907; she died at Milford, New Haven, on 3 April 1986; she was married to Irvin G. REVELY; with issue:
          i. Joan REVELY.

8. James Paton YOUNG, born at Paisley, 22 January 1865;  with his parents, 1871; Railway Clerk, with his father, 1881 & 1891; Pharmaceutical Chemist, passing his Junior Examination of the Pharmaceutical Society, in July 1900, then of Airdrie; at Westgate, North Berwick; went to the Cape Colony in 1892; went to Rhodesia in 1900; he died at Umtali, Southern Rhodesia, on 23 February 1933, Retired Chemist; he married on 8 June 1898, Margaret WOOD; with issue two children [see South Africa Who's Who, 1916].

9. Hugh YOUNG, born at Paisley, 5 April 1867; with his parents, 1871; Scholar, with his father, 1881; emigrated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; at Holmes Street, Pittsburgh, 1900 Census, aged 33, Patternmaker, with wife and four children; at Carnegie Street, Pittsburgh, 1910 Census, aged 42, with wife and three children; at Pittsburgh, 1920 Census, aged 51, Pattern Maker, Iron Foundry, with wife and three adult children; at Fish Street, Pittsburgh, 1930 Census, aged 63, Pattern Maker, with wife and daughter; he died on 31 October 1949, a Widower, late of 201 South Millvale Avenue, Pittsburgh; he married at Pollokshaws, 5 September 1890, to Maggie DICK (alias Margaret McLAUGHLAN, and recorded in her marriage registration as daughter of Rebecca McLAUGHLAN maiden surname DICK, and her father was "reputed" to have been Allan EWING]; she was born in Scotland, about 1868; they had issue:
     a. Rebecca YOUNG, born in Scotland, June 1891; aged 8, with her parents, 1900; she died in 1905.
     b. Jean P. YOUNG, born in April 1893; aged 7, with her parents, 1900; aged 16, with her parents, 1910; aged 25, Stenographer, Steel Manufacturer, with her parents, 1920; aged 35, Stenographer at Mill, with her parents, 1930; she informed her father's death, 1949, of 201 South Millvale Avenue, Pittsburgh.
     c. Robert YOUNG, born at Scottsdale, Pennsylvania, 9 August  1895; aged 4, with his parents, 1900; aged 14, with his parents, 1910; aged 24, Travelling Salesman, with his parents, 1920; at Maple Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1940 Census, aged 44, Executive, Steel Mill, with wife and four children; he died in October 1977; married Ann Zella JORDAN; with issue.
     d. George YOUNG, born in February 1897; aged 3, with his parents, 1900.
     e. Ruth YOUNG, born in 1906; aged 4, with her parents, 1910; aged 23, with her parents, 1920; she married firstly, Clarence John BEIGLE; with issue; they were at Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, 1930, Clarence, aged 25, Music Teacher, with their son; Ruth married secondly, R.Y. HALL.
  
10. George YOUNG, born at Paisley, 7 July 1869; with his parents, 1861; Scholar, with his father, 1881; went to South Africa; he died at Conradie Hospital, Pinelands, Cape District, on 7 March 1953, aged 83, late of 5 Merindol, Molenvleit, Wynberg District, Cape Province, Retired Accountant; Mary YOUNG who informed his death may have been his wife.
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THE THOMSON AND HOWATSON FAMILIES OF AYRSHIRE.
THIS SECTION IS A WORK IN PROGRESS. ADDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TO BE MADE UNTIL THIS NOTICE IS REMOVED.
William THOMSON was a Labourer in Hillockhead, Mauchline Parish, 1819-1828; he was Cottar in Cessnock, Galston parish, 1836-1840; he died about 1840, aged about 45; he and Janet DICKIE, both of Hillockhead, in the Parish of Mauchline, were booked on 3 July 1819, and were married on 16 July by Mr BROWN of Newmilns; Janet was at Bank, Galston, 1841 Census, aged 40(+), Pauper, with six of her children; she was at Henrietta Street, Galston, 1851 Census, aged 52, Widow, Hand sewer, with two daughters and a grand-daughter; she was still there in 1861, with daughter and two SMITH grand-daughters; she was there in 1871, aged 72, Widow, Retired shirt Maker; Janet died at Henrietta Street on 14 February 1875, aged 76, widow of William THOMSON, Ploughman, the death informed by her son William THOMSON.
They had issue:
1. Margaret THOMSON, born at Hillockhead on 27 February 1820, and baptised at Mauchline on 26 March.
2. Janet THOMSON, born at Hillockhead on 16 January 1822, and baptised at Mauchline Kirk on 18 February.
3. Jean THOMSON, born at Hillockhead, 31 May 1824.
4. William THOMSON, born at Hillockhead on 17 March 1826, and baptised at Mauchline Kirk on 17 June. He married Janet Burns HOWATSON. See below.
5. Janet THOMSON, born at Hillockhead, 26 May 1828; probably as Jean, aged 11, with her mother, 1841.
6. Agnes THOMSON, born at Burnhead on 31 December 1831, baptised at Galston Kirk on 13 January 1832.
7. Mary THOMSON, born at Burnhead, 19 March 1834; aged 7, with her mother, 1841.
8. Elizabeth THOMSON, born at Cessnock, 23 February 1836, and baptised at Galston Kirk, 29 March; aged 5, with her mother, 1841.
9. Marion THOMSON, born in Galston, about 1838; aged 3, with her mother, 1841; aged 12, with her mother, 1851.
10. Flora THOMSON, born in Galston, about 1840, aged 1, with her mother, 1841; aged 10, Scholar, with her mother, 1851.
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William HOWATSON; Blacksmith, in Glaisnock, Old Cumnock, 1798; in Auchingilsie, Old Cumnock, Ayrshire, 1809; he was married firstly, in Old Cumock Kirk, on Friday 28 July 198, to Janet PARKER, of the Parish of Auchinleck, after giving their names proclamation on 15 July; they had issue:
1. John HOWATSON, born in Old Cumnock about 1799; Farmer at Nether Robertland, Stewarton, Ayrshire; he died on 29 March 1870, aged 71; he was married at Kilmarnock, on 12 Juy 1826, to Elizabeth PICKEN; she died on 20 May 1883, aged 87; they had issue:
     a. William HOWATSON; Farmer at Nether Robertland; died on 1 July 1903; married at Stewaton, 17 June 1854, Janet Logan DUNLOP, with issue.
     b. Mary HOWATSON.
     c. Ann HOWATSON.
     d. Andrew HOWATSON.
     e. Janet HOWATSON.
2. Hugh HOWATSON; married Marion BARR; with issue:
     a. David HOWATSON.
     b. William HOWATSON; married Elizabeth WALKER, with issue.
3. David HOWATSON, born 26 May 1809, and baptised at Old Cumnock Kirk, 6 July. See below.
William married secondly, after proclamations in Old Cumnock and Sorn parishes, 16 February 1812, to Jean McREA, of Sorn; they had further issue:
4. Margaret HOWATSON, born at Sorn, about 1816; married Hugh BICKERSTAFF, of Old Cumnock; with issue.
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James LINDSAY; of Cleuchbrae, Parish of Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, 1695 Poll Tax; this farm, 2 miles from Waterhead, lay near Skellyhill; he married Janet WHITE, and they had issue:

Thomas LINDSAY, baptised at Douglas Parish, 16 June 1696; Farmer in Waterhead of Kype, parish of Lesmahagow; he died at Nether Skellyhill, and was buried at Lesmahagow on 9 October 1762; he he was married at Lesmahagow Kirk, after proclamation on 13 May 1721, to Jean YOUNG, daughter of Andrew YOUNG of Auchrobert, Parish of Lesmahagow; she died at Nether Skellyhill, and was buried on 4 Octeber 1772; they had issue:
1. James LINDSAY, baptised at Lesmahagow, 3 March 1723; died in infancy.
2. James LINDSAY, baptised at Lesmahagow, 28 March 1725; Farmer at West Dykehead, Parish of Avondale; an Infeftment, dated 16 March 1765, to James LINDSAY, lawful son of Thomas LINDSAY in Kypeswaterhed, in a 13 shilling land in Dykes, on a disposition by James BROWNING dated 15 March (and witnessed by David JACK in Dykehead and his son James, and Thomas JACKSON in Laigh Dykes); James was Infeft by his Superior on a Charter of Resignation, Registered 7 March 1760; he was Elder of the Associate Congregation, Strathaven, "... from its establishment in 1766"; James was dead before 4 May 1819, when his grandson was Infeft in his estate [Sasine Registers]; James was married at Avondale, after Proclamation on 31 July 1757, to Margaret WATSON (born on 20 March 1737, daughter and coheir of John WATSON of Langkype, Avondale, by Catherine LEIPER, and sister of Jean WATSON, the wife of James ALLISON of Windyedge); they had issue:
     a. Catherine LINDSAY.
     b. Jean LINDSAY.
     c. Jean LINDSAY.
     d. Thomas LINDSAY, born 28 October 1764; Farmer at West Dykehead, Avondale; died before May 1819; married, by Proclamation on 1 January 1789, to Janet BURNS. See below.
     e. Margaret LINDSAY.
     f. John LINDSAY.
     g. Margaret LINDSAY.
     h. James LINDSAY, born on 14 September 1773; emigrated to Rockbridge County, Virginia; he was married there on 30 June 1797, to Nancy CAMPBELL, daughter of WIliam CAMPBELL of Rockbridge; with issue four sons and five daughters.
     j. William LINDSAY, baptised at Avondale, 8 July 1776; Farmer at Clearmount and Woodhead, Parish of Loudon, Ayrshire; he died at Woodhead, 14 March 1870, aged 93, and was buried at Newmilns; he was married at Avondale, 23 May 1807, to Jean GRANGER (daughter of John GRANGER and Ann WILSON); she died on 20 June 1847, aged 87; they had issue seven sons and five daughters,
3. Margaret LINDSAY; married in 1751, William PEACOCK, of Nether Skellyhill, with issue.
4. Jean LINDSAY.
5. Janet LINDSAY; married in 1760, Robert MORTON of Galston, Ayrshire, with issue.
6. Grizzel LINDSAY; married in 1761, Thomas STEEL, of Birkenhead, Lesmahagow, with issue.
7. Isobel LINDSAY; married in 1763, Robert STEEL, of Middleholm, Lesmahagow.
8. Marion LINDSAY; possibly married in 1765, Robert STEEL of East Kilbride, Ayrshire.

Thomas LINDSAY and Janet BURNS had issue:
1. Marion LINDSAY, born at Avondale about 1791; she married at Avondale, 9  January 1813, Andrew HAMILTON (?), with issue.
2. Margaret LINDSAY, born about 1793; at Braehead, Glassford, on 28 July 1871, aged 78; she married at Avondale, 22 July 1815, James BLACK, with issue.
3. James LINDSAY, born about 1795; Farmer at West Dykehead; he married at Avondale, 31 July 1819, Jean ALLEN; with issue.
4. John LINDSAY, baptised at Avondale, 5 December 1795; possibly died young?
5. Gavin LINDSAY, baptised 4 or 9 April, Strathaven Congregation; Farmer at East Newton, Loudon, Ayrshire, 1841 Census; at Newton Farm, ditto, 1851; at Carmelbank, Kilmaurs, 1861; at Overton, Dreghorn, 1871; died on 29 February 1872, aged 70; married at Kilmarnock, 12 September 1843, Jean ROBERTSON, with issue.
6. Mary LINDSAY, baptised 17 March 1807, Strathaven Congregation; she was married in 1830 to David HOWATSON. See next below.
7. Margaret LINDSAY, baptised on 17 March 1809.
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David HOWATSON, born in 1809; Agricultural Labourer, Hill Farm, Loudon Parish, 1841 census, aged 30(+), with wife and 5 children; a Farmer there in 1851, with wife and 6 children; Lime Burner, 1873; he and Mary LINDSAY (see above) were proclaimed for marriage at Loudon Kirk, 27 November 1830; she was at Hill Farm, 1861 Census, aged 53, Farmer and Occupier of Nether Newton Lime-works, with 4 children; she was still there in 1871, but not as head of the family; she died at Third Part, Beith Parish, on 32 January 1873, aged 66, of Dropsy, the death informed by her son William.
David and Mary had issue:
1. Janet Burns HOWATSON, born in Kilmarnock, about 1831. She married William THOMSON. see below.
2. Mary HOWATSON, born 1833; married at Loudon, 29 December 1856, William WRIGHT.
3. William HOWATSON, born 1835; married at Auchinleck, 26 January 1864, Agnes WELSH.
4. Maron HOWATSN, born May 1838; died at hill farm, Loudon, of fever, 28 April 1858, aged 19.
5. Elizabeth HOWATSON, born 23 May 1841; married firstly, Boyd GILMOUR, and secondly, Hugh WILSON.
6. Thomas HOWATSON, born 1844; married Janet GEBBIE.
7. John HOWATSON, born 1848; married at Loudon, 15 July 1881, Jean RANKIN.
8. James HOWATSON, born 1848; died 1936; married in 1889, Elizabeth McCALL.
David had a second family.
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[C] ROBERT YOUNG JUNIOR.



[Robert YOUNG Junior.]

Robert YOUNG was with his parents in 1851; he was a Scholar, with his parents, 1861; and in 1864, he was employed as a Clerk at Paisley Railway Station.
He was recorded in Directories at 40 Broomlands, Clerk, Railway Station, 1867-68; at 19 St James's Street, Booking Clerk, Railway Station, 1868-69; and at 1 St James's Street, Booking Clerk, Railway Station, 1869-70 (perhaps with a typo in the street number?).

The Glasgow and Kilmarnock Joint Railway had been authorised in 1869, by the Glasgow and South West Railway and the Caledonian Railway Companies, to build and operate a line from Neilston through Uplawnmore, Lugton and Dunlop to Stewarton, which opened in 1871, and this was extended to Kilmarnock by 1873.
In February 1871, Robert was promoted to the new post of Station Master at Lugton Station in Dunlop Parish, Ayrshire; this station was the nearest one to Highgate Farm, where his future wife Elizabeth lived with her THOMSON family.
In the 1871 Census, he was boarding at the Smithy, in Lugton, aged 20, Station Master, with the Blacksmith Andrew McGILL and his family.

In May 1878, Robert accompanied his father on a Railwayman's version of a "Busman's holiday" to Paris, via a stay in London with relations.

In the 1881 Census, he residing at Station House, Lugton, aged 30, Railway Station Master, with his newly married wife Elizabeth, aged 23, born in Loudon.

Later in 1881, Robert was again promoted, this time to the Terminus Station at Beith Town.

In the 1891 Census, he was residing at Station House, Lugton Road, Beith, aged 40, a Widower, with his three young children, and a domestic servant named Jane SNODGRASS, aged 68, and a Beith local.

In the 1901 Census, he was at Dalry Road, Beith, aged 50, Railway Station Master, with his second wife Eliza (aged 44, born at Dalry, Ayrshire), and his three children.

In the 1911 Census, he was at Station House, Beith Town, aged 60, with wife Elizabeth (53), and two younger children.


[The old Railway Station Master's residence, Beith Town.
Image courtesy of the commons.wikinedia.org web-site.]

Robert retired in June 1923, aged 72; he removed from Station Cottage, Winton Place, into Westfield, King's Road, Beith. He died at Westfield on 5 April 1930, aged 80 (Pulmonary embolism); and was buried at Beith Town Cemetery.


[Robert YOUNG Junior's plot in Beith Town Cemetery.]



[Robert YOUNG Junior's headstone in Beith Town Cemetery.]

His will, dated 31 May 1928, was recorded at Kilmarnock on 5 September 1930, with confirmation dated 10 September to John CROSBIE, of Cumnock Sreet, Clerk; Robert Young URIE, of Langside Road, Glagow, Coal Merchant, and John Alexander Anderson LOVE, Writer, the executors. Value of estate, 1313 pounds 15s 6d.

Robert YOUNG was married firstly, at Highgate Farm, Parish of Beith, after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland, on 28 December 1880, to Elizabeth THOMSON, daughter of William THOMSON, Farmer, of Highgate Farm, and his wife Janet Burns HOWATSON. See above.

Elizabeth YOUNG died at Station Cottage, Beith, on 26 January 1888, aged 26, of Phthisis, Pulmonitis; she was buried in Robert YOUNG Senior's Lair in Woodside Cemetery, Paisley.



[The only photograph I have seen of Elizabeth THOMSON, with her husband and three children, probably taken shortly before her death.

Was this a typical family photo, or was this the consumptive being "isolated" of her children?]

Robert and Elizabeth had issue:

1. Janet Howatson YOUNG, born at Winton Place, Beith, on 14 February 1883.
See her separate blog post at this link:

2. Jane (Janey) Paton YOUNG, born at Wester Highgate Farm on 26 September 1884; she was aged 6, Scholar, with her father, 1891; aged 16, Scholar, with her father and step-mother, 1901. Miss Jane P. YOUNG completed her studies at Glasgow University in April 1906, majoring in Moral Philosophy, and in both German and French Literature and Languages [Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald, 13 April 1906], and was due to "... be capped" for her M.A. degree on Tuesday 1 May. She was aged 26, Teacher, School Board, with her father and step-mother, 1911.


Janey visited Adelaide in 1936, and spent some time with her sister Janet GORRIE at Victor Harbour in the weeks before her death. She arranged for Janet's younger daughter Jan GORRIE to join her when she and Jim had settled into retirement in Essex.
Janey died at "The Elms," 28 Well Lane, Stock, Essex, on 9 May 1973, her death being informed by her niece Sadie Biggar McFARLANE of Hendon.
Jane Paton YOUNG, aged 26, a Teacher residing in Scotland, was married in the Wellesley Square Church, Calcutta, by a Minister of the United Free Church of Scotland, on 7 November 1911, to James MACKIE, aged 26, Mining Engineer, of Jamadolio, Manbhum District, India.


He was born at Cross of Beith, Ayrshire, in January 1885, a son of Robert MACKIE, Grocer and Coal Master, and Elizabeth WALLACE. Jim worked for the Eastern Coal Company in Bihar, which supplied coal for ships of the Peninsular and Oriental (P.&O.) Shipping Company in Indian ports. They lived at Bihar, 200 km north-west of Calcutta, and 8 km south of the River Ganges near its confluence with the River Ganda at Patna.
In 1915, her sister Janet GORRIE, with her two infant children Bob and Betty, visited the MACKIEs and spent time with them while Peter GORRIE served with the R.A.M.C. in the Mediterranean - the visit included a trip into the foothills of the Himalayas.
In 1927, Janey and Jim MACKIE visited the GORRIEs in Mount Lofty, near Adelaide - their visit included a motoring trip to Canberra with the GORRIEs for the official opening of the newly constructed Parliament House.
James MACKIE retired as a Collier in India in about 1937, and he and Janey settled in Stock, near Chelmsford, in Essex.
Jim died there on 23 April 1968. They had no issue.

2. Robert YOUNG, born at Winton Place, Beith, on 26 December 1885; he was aged 5, Scholar, with his father, 1891; aged 15, Railway Clerk, with father & step-mother, 1901; aged 25, Clerk, with father and Step-mother, 1911.
Robert was a Shipping Agent in Glasgow; he was residing at 78 Westmorland Street, Glasgow, in April 1730, when he informed his father's death; his last residence was 96 Croftpark, Glasgow.
Robert died at the Victoria Infirmary in Glasgow on 24 July 1933, aged 47, whilst under anaesthesia during an operation for cancer of the pharynx; he was buried in his wife's family plot at Beith Cemetery [M.I.].
Robert was married in Beith, 4 October 1911, to Agnes Henry MILLER, aged 25, Seamstress (daughter of James MILLER, Farmer at Over Hessilhead, and his wife Ann STIRRAT). She died on 14 March 1955, aged 68
Robert and Agnes had issue:
     a. Robert YOUNG, born on 11 January 1912, and baptised at Crosshill United Free Church, Glasgow, 27 March; he married Jenny CAMPBELL, and had issue. I had the pleasure of visiting Robert and Jenny in Nottingham in 1983.
     b. Agnes YOUNG, born in Glasgow, 12 January 1916; she married Jim BROWN, with issue.
     c. James YOUNG, born in Glasgow, 15 March 1922; he married Marion BOYD, with issue.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Harvey WELMAN - An Officer in H.M.'s 57th Regiment of Foot





Harvey WELMAN was born at Tinterne, County Wexford, on 15 August 1782; he was a son of Harvey WELMAN Senior and Margaret LOWCAY.

The information about his life, presented below, began as a section of my earliest posting on this blog-page, in 2007, in the family group headed by Robert PIGOTT, who rose up the ranks of the Excise Department in Wexford, until appointed one of the Inspectors-General of Excise in Dublin, and whose daughter, Abigail PIGOTT, was Harvey WELMAN's first wife.
See - http://pigott-gorrie.blogspot.com.au/2008/05/vital-statistics-can-be-hard-to-come-by.html

Robert PIGOTT (c1760-1826) was very likely to have been a first cousin of my greatx3 grandfather, John PIGOTT of Dublin (c1759-1838).
See - http://pigott-gorrie.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/john-pigott-of-dublin-tax-collectors.html

Which is, of course, why Harvey WELMAN's descendants interest me, especially those by his first marriage.

The information here is largely derived from the usual family history sources, including Ancestry.com, Findmypast.co.uk, British Newspapers 1600-1900 (Gale Group), British Newspaper Archive, Trove newspaper holdings of Australian newspapers, and Papers Past (N.Z.), all of which I have accessed using institutional subscriptions of the State Library of N.S.W. in Macquarie Street, Sydney, and the Library of the Australian Society of Genealogists in Kent Street, Sydney.

Any additional information, or corrections, will be most willingly accepted. I may be contacted at cgpigott@yahoo.com.au

Chris PIGOTT, Potts Point, N.S.W.
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THE EARLY WELMAN FAMILY IN COUNTY WEXFORD.

William WELMAN, Rosse, 1678, Will [Philimore and Thrift, Index to Irish Wills].
James WELMAN, New Ross, 1705, Will [ditto].

William WELMAN; of New Ross, Wexford, Gent; his will was proved in 14 November 1695 by Elizabeth WELMAN, of the same, the Widow and Relict [Betham's Abstracts, Findmypast.co.uk]. They may have been parents of the next:

William WELMAN, born in or before 1687, and possibly well before; Sovereign of the Corporation of New Ross, County Wexford, 1708 and 1726 [Journal of the Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland, Volume IX, 188, page 314]; probably the joint recipient (with David SMITH) of a Grant of £40 for "... the apprehension of Jno FRENY, concerned in the robbery of Rev'd Mr HICKS of Lisduffe, Co Tipp'y, and the murder of his son William HICKS" [The Past, Journal of the Ui Ceinnsealaigh Historical Society, No 9, 1972, page 36]; in May 1730, William WELLMAN, of New Ross, in the County of Wexford, Esquire, made a deed of marriage Settlements, dated 26 May 1730 [Memorial Number 55785, Deeds Registry, Dublin], for the intended marriage intended to be solemnised between his eldest son and heir Harvey WELLMAN, and Mary CURTIS, the only daughter of Richard CURTIS, of Lough, County Wexford, who was the other party to the Deed of Settlements, citing a bequest from his late brother, Edmund CURTIS, deceased.
William WELMAN, of Ballytarsney, County Wexford, Esq, was grantee of an Indented Deed of Lease dated  2 October 1738 [Memorial Number 69942, Book 101, Page 74, Dublin Deeds Registry], made by Hon Richard Earl of Anglesey, being the Farm Lett premises on the south side of Maries Street, New Ross, lately held by Mr William LAMBLY, the deed signed and sealed by William WELMAN in the presence of Harvey WELMAN, of New Ross, Gent, and his wife Mary WELMAN; his probate was granted 25 November 1755, to Joseph R. Esq, and to Catherine the widow [BETHAM's Abstracts].
William probably married, around about 1700, Catherine HARVEY, second daughter of John HARVEY of Killiane Castle, County Wexford Esq, and his wife Elizabeth STOPFORD (their M.L.B., Diocese of Dublin, 1675); Catherine may have been the Mrs WELMAN, wife of the Town Clerk in New Ross, who was the subject of a complaint, dated 29 September 1715, that she "... knows too much of the Corporation's secrets" [Royal Society of Antiquaries, Volume XXXI, 1901, page 60].
They had issue:
1. Harvey WELMAN. See [ZZ] below.
2. John WELMAN; Apothecary, of the City of Dublin, when he was married at St Bride's, Dublin, 4 August 1738, by Consistorial License, to Mary ADAMS, of the parish of St Bridget's, Dublin, the Marriage Settlements being the subject of a Deed of Agreement dated 15 July 1738 made by his father William WELMAN of New Ross, Esq, and mentioning the Lands of Ballytarsney, currently under a lease by Caesar COLCLOUGH for "... three lives yet in being," and witnessed by William WELMAN of New Ross, Distiller, and the signatures verified by Sarah WELMAN [Memorial 66067, Book 41, Page 313, Dublin Deeds Registry].
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JOHN HARVEY OF KILLIANE, COUNTY WEXFORD.

Francis HARVEY; obtained a grant of land in County Wexford under the Act of Settlement; he added additional lands by purchase from his friend, Colonel BUNBURY, who had received then in lieu of pay, and by which Francis augmented his holdings at Killiane to a total of 750 acres.
Francis married Catherine PLUNKETT, and had issue, including:
1. John HARVEY, of Killiane Castle, Esq; M.P. for the Town of Wexford, 1698; High Sheriff of Wexford, 5th of William and Mary; he died in 1715; he was of the City of Dublin, Esq, when married on 18 October 1675 by Marriage License Bond, Diocese of Dublin, to Elizabeth STOPFORD, of Inns, Dublin [BETHAM's Abstract], daughter of James STOPFORD, of New Hall, County Meath; they had issue:
     a. Elizabeth HARVEY; married in 1696, Robert or Richard ROWE of Ballyharty in County Wexford; they had issue.
     b. Catherine HARVEY; married William WELMAN of Ross, County Wexford (see above).
     c. Mary HARVEY; married Cornelius DONOVAN, of Clonmore, County Wexford.
     d. Francis HARVEY; Captain, R.N.; died without issue.
     e. John HARVEY; Lieutenant, 30th Regiment; died without issue.
     f. Richard HARVEY; died without issue.
     g. James HARVEY, born Killiane, about 1682; admitted to Trinity College, Dublin, 15 November 1699, as a Pensioner (tutor Mr YOUNG, Dublin), aged 17; B.A. Verne 1704, M.A. Aest 1707; Established Church Minister; of Killian Castle; he married Martha BEAUCHAMP, daughter of John BEAUCHAMP of Ballyloughlane, County Carlow; they had issue.
     h. Susannah HARVEY; she died at Bargy Castle, 1720; he married Reverend William HARVEY of Bargy Castle, County Wexford. See below.
     j. Amelia HARVEY; married Benjamin BETTS of the Town of Wexford, Esq; they had issue.
2. Catherine HARVEY; she was married on 24 February 1676, by License of the Diocese of Ferns, to Joshua or John NUNN; with issue:
     a. John NUNN; married in 1723, Susannah FRENCH, a daughter of John FRENCH of Camolin, county Wexford, by Elizabeth WELMAN.

Ambrose HARVEY; he was married in 1677, Susannah CAMBEY, daughter of Samuel CAMBEY; with issue:
1. William HARVEY, born in County Wexford about 1682; admitted to Trinity College Dublin, 27 September 1700, aged 18, son of Ambrose HARVEY, Gent (by his wife Susannah CAMBRY); of Bargy Castle, County Wexford; married his cousin Susannah HARVEY; with issue:
     a. Francis HARVEY; of Bargy Castle; will dated 1 November 1782, proved 30 January 1792 [BETHAM's Abstract]; married Martha, who survived him; with issue:
          i. Beauchamp Bagenal HARVEY, born 1762; Trinity College, Dublin; Irish Bar, 1782; eldest son when named in his father's will, 1782; executed on Wexford Bridge, in 1798; Administration of his effects, 3 August 1798, to Judith HARVEY, the Widow [BETHAM's Abstract]; he was married in 1797 to Judith DOCKRILL; no issue..
          ii. James HARVEY; second son in his father's will, 1782.
          iii. Susannah HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1782.
          iv. Martha HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1782.
          v. Juliana HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1782.
     b. Rev Christopher HARVEY; of Temple Hill, County Wexford; his will dated 26 September 1795, proved 6 June 1796, naming his son and two daughters, and his nephew Beauchamp B. HARVEY; married with issue:
          i. William HARVEY; named in his father's will, 1795.
          ii. Dorothea HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1795.
          iii. Rachel HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1795.
     c. Ambrose HARVEY, born in County Wexford about 1708; admitted to Trinity College Dublin,  May 1727 aged 19.
2. daughter; married John BOXWELL (?).

John HARVEY; of Great Killinane, County Wexford, Esq; his will dated 19 January 17, proved 23 June 1796, naming his mother Mr Martha MOORE, his wife Dorothy, his six daughters, his uncle Vigors HARVEY, and his brother-in-law Walter CLIFFE; he was married to Dorothy CLIFFE; she survivied him; they had issue:
1. Ann HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1793.
2. Martha HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1793.
3. Dorothy HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1793.
4. Barbara HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1793.
5. Mary HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1793.
6. Frances HARVEY; named in her father's will, 1793.

Diocese of Ferns, M.L.B. Index:
Catherine HARVEY and John NUNNE, 1676.
Ambrose HARVEY and Susannah CAMBY, 1677.
Elizabeth HARVEY and Richard ROWE, 1696.
Catherine HARVEY and Philip PALLISER,  1752.
George HARVEY and Hannah HOPKINS, 1752.
Dorothy HARVEY and  John ARCHER, 1755.
Suzannah HARVEY and James DANBY, 1762.
Mary HARVEY and Samuel BOXWELL, 1767.
Pierce HARVEY and Susannah THORNTON, 1770.
John HARVEY ad Dorothy CLIFFE, 1772.
Elizabeth HARVEY and John BOXWELL, 1782.

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[ZZ] HARVEY WELMAN THE FIRST.

Harvey WELMAN, perhaps born around about 1705, eldest son and heir of the above; Harvey was grantee of  an Indented deed of Lease, dated 3 October 1738 [Memorial Number 69973, Book 100, Page 164], made by Hon Richard Earl of Anglesey, being a Farm Lett of House, Tenement and Premises in South Street, New Ross, for the term of three lives, being himself, his wife Mary and his son Harvey WELMAN; he was probably of New Ross, Gent, when he made a petition, dated 1741, complaining that "... he hath been illegally removed from the Exercise of... Office of Towne Clerk" [The Past, Op. Cit., page 36]; he was probably party to a Deed, dated 1753, with Caesar COLCLOUGH, concerning lands in Ballytarsney, in the parish of Tintern, County Wexford, containing 213 acres [the original document, single page folded, with signs and seals, was offered for sale on-line in December 2004, by MEALY's of Castlecomer, Ireland]; he was probably a witness to the will of Patrick COLCLOUGH, of Boley (and Dunmaine), dated 20 May 1767, with a codicil, dated 23 October 1767, witnessed by Henry WELMAN (perhaps a transcription error for Harvey?).
Harvey died in or shortly before April 1784, when the lands of Balloghtan, in the barony of Bargy and the County of Wexford, "... lately occupied by Mr Harvey WELMAN, deceased," was offered for lease [Dublin Evening Post, Tuesday 13 April 1784], being upwards of 250 acres, "... situated in a plentiful and pleasing country near the sea, and a navigable river, twelve miles distant from Wexford, five from Taghmon, ten from Ross, and thirteen from Waterford"; his will was not proved until 1788 (unless there were two of the same name?).
Harvey was married by Settlements, dated 26 May 1730, to Mary CURTIS, daughter of Richard CURTIS of Lough, County Wexford - possibly Richard CURTIS, who married Catherine CROAKE, by M.L.B., Diocese of Ferns, 1696, Volume 3, Page 9 ["Ferns Marriage Licenses, 1661-1806," Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society, Volumes IX and X]; they had issue:
1. Anne WELMAN, born about 1731; died at Balloughton, Wexford, on 31 August 1813, aged 84 years, and was buried at Balloughton Parish Church, where her box tomb is inscribed "Sacred to the memory of Anne LETT, wife of Richard LETT of Balloughton and daughter of the late Harvey WELMAN, Esq" [Cantwell's "Memorials for the Dead," on Findmypast.co.uk]; she and Richard LETT were married in 1784, by License of the Diocese of Ferns; Richard died on 7 December 1823, aged 69; the enclosed ground where he was buried was presented by Richard LETT "... to the Union of Kilkey and Bannow as a mark of his regard for the Established Church, in the year 1808" [Monumental Inscription].
They may have had issue, including:
     a. Richard LETT, probably born in or before 1824, and perhaps well before; of Balloughton, Esq, in October 1835, when he joined "... the Bard's triumphal entry into Bannow" (the Bard was Mr MOORE), along with Ralph HINCKS, of Rosegarland, Esq (inevitable related to Sarah HINCKS, wife of William Henry Dowling Reeves WELMAN - see below), and Thomas PIGOTT of Slevoy Castle, Esq (but probably not closely related to Abigail PIGOTT).
2. Harvey WELMAN, born in or before October 1738; named as the third life for the term of his father's lease, dated 3 October 1738. See [Z] below.

Harvey WELMAN, St Keivans, J.P. for County Wexford, sometime shortly after 10 December 1779.
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[Z] HARVEY WELMAN, THE SECOND, AND MARGARET LOWCAY.

Harvey WELMAN (the second); probably born before the mid 1750's; of St Mary's Parish, Wexford, 1798, when he claimed for losses to his residence during the rebellion, including "... Glass broke, Garden crops, Provisions" worth £24 6 shillings; he was later of Summerhill, Wexford; he made an indented Deed of Lease, dated 1808 [Memorial 408441, Volume 32, Page 602, Dublin Deeds Registry], to John REILLY, concerning property in Irishtown, New Ross, including the Cockpitfield (mentioned in a later deed of his son Anthony); he died before 1835.
Harvey was of Ballytrasna, County Wexford, when (as Harry WILLMON), he was married at Rosetown, County Wexford, by License Marriage Bond of the Diocese of Ferns, in August1778, to Miss Margaret LOWCAY of Rosetown [Saunders Newsletter, 29 August; Hibernian Journal, or Chronicle of Liberty, 2 September]; she died at her lodgings in Wexford, June 1835, "...relict of the late Harvey WELLMAN, Esq," aged 86 years [Wexford Conservative, 10 June]; they had issue:

1. Mary WELLMAN, born about 1779; she died in late August 1838, "...at Maryville, in the vicinity of Wexford... wife of A.D. FITZPATRICK, Esq, and sister to Major WELLMAN of the 56th (sic) Regiment" [Waterford Mail, 1 September], and "...deeply regretted by her numerous relatives and friends" [Wexford Conservative, 29 August]; she was married in 1798, by License Marriage Bond of the Diocese of Ferns, to Abraham Donovan FITZPATRICK; he was of Laurel Hill, Wexford, in April 1833, when he was attacked by footpads in Gibson's lane near Main Street, Wexford, when returning home from business, and feared for his life [Wexford Conservative, 27 April]; he signatory to an address to the High Sheriff of Wexford, February 1836, approving of his refusal to convene a meeting with the Lord Lieutenant over an undisclosed matter seen by the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy and Freeholders as being "...contrary to the sentiments of the County" [Wexford Conservative, 30 November]; he died at Mary Ville, Wexford, 30 May 1839 [Probate Grant]; his will, with codicil, was proved in the Consistorial Court of Ossory, Ferns and Leighlin, in 1840, and the un-administered residue was the subject of several Chancery Court Edicts, and a final Prerogative Court Grant in Dublin on 23 June 1861; his household goods were offered in November 1839 for sale "... by auction at Maryville near Clonard in the vicinity of Wexford" [Wexford Conservative, 30 November]. They may have had issue:
     a. John Abraham FITZPATRICK; under age in May 1842, when his guardian, Francis Johnstone FITZPATRICK, brought an action in Chancery against Philip REDMOND and Edmund FITZPATRICK, the executors of A.D. FITZPATRICK [Wexford Conservative, 14 May]; John was at 11 Sackville Street, Dublin, in 1860, when he was named in the revised probate grant of A.D. FITZPATRICK as one of the principal legatees, and in a final notice concerning an action in the Landed Estates Court, in March 1862, John's former "... Guardian and next Friend" Francis was further described as the Administrator de bonis non of A.D. FITZPATRICK [Dublin Daily Express, 21 March].

2. Harvey WELMAN (the third). See [Y] below.

3. Anthony WELMAN; he died at Wexford, in February 1857, an "...an old and respected inhabitant" [Waterford News, 27 February]; Anthony was married with issue (including an only daughter):
     a. Anna Frances WELMAN, born 17 March 1819; she was married at Kennington, London, 14 March 1843, to James Walter Bentley THOMAS; they had issue a son - Kempson Frederick THOMAS, who married his second cousin Ernestine Ellen WARD (see below).
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THE LOWCAY FAMILY IN WEXFORD.
This section is a work in progress, and is subject to further alterations until this notice is removed.
Henry LOWCAY, of Ballagh, Isle of Man; born in 1626, he died in June 1700; he married Margaret GARRETT (or perhaps instead STANDISH?); she died in April 1708, aged 68; they had issue:
1. Charles LOWCAY; mentioned in his father's will - "I have always done what I could for my son Charles, nor must he expect any money from myself. Therefore I leave him only two pence" [courtesy of Jane THOMAS, 2017]; Charles was mentioned by his nephew Anthony, in his defence of the Case in the Chancery Court of Ireland in 1743, that he had gone to reside in Bridgetown, Island of Barbadoes, West Indies, but whether he was still living, or had any issue, Arthur did not know.
2. Robert LOWCAY, born 1659. See [X] below.
3. Margaret LOWCAY, born 1671; she was joint supplicant in a Cause before the Court of Chancery, Ireland, 1743, as Margaret CURPHEY alias LOWCAY; she was buried at Lazayre, Isle of Man, 5 January 1756, widow of CURGHEY.
4. Marie LOWCAY, baptised at Malew, Isle of Man, 6 December 1673.
5. Jane LOWCAY, baptised at Malew, 28 October 1675.
6. Anthony LOWCAY, born at Castletown, Isle of Man, and baptised at Malew, 29 December 1677; admitted Sizar (tutor Mr Hez. LOWCAY, Douglas, Isle of Man), Trinity College, Dublin, 22 May 1697, aged 18; Scholar, 1699, B.A. 1701, M.A. Aest 1704, B.D. and D.D., Vern 1722 ["Alumni Dublinensis," Edited by BURTCHAELL and SADLIER, London, 1924]; mentioned in his father's will, then at Trinity College, to have "... the rest of his books"; Rector of Galtrim, County Meath; he published "Obedience to the Supreme Power - A Sermon, Preach'd on the Occasion of the intended Invasion by the Pretender," Dublin, 1715 [Eighteenth Century Collections On-line, or ECCO]; he wrote a letter to Archbishop KING, dated 20 December 1718, describing himself as "... nearly related to Mr John CHRISTIAN, who had the honour of having Your Grace his Pupil" ["A Great Archbishop of Dublin," by Sir Charles Simeon KING, London, 1908, footnote to page 9]; Anthony subscribed to the Act of Parliament for an Act for Repairing the road from Black Hill in County Meath to Athlone, Dublin, 1731; he subscribed to the publication of "Cyclopaedia, or an universal dictionary of arts and science," by E. CHAMBERS, F.R.S., Dublin, 1740; recorded in a Cause in the Court of Chancery (April 1743) as having died on 5 March 1741-42; late of Galtrim, Clerk, Administration of his Estate was granted on 9 March 1742 to his nephew, Anthony LOWCAY of Rosetown, County Wexford, Esq; referred to in litigation between his kinfolk over his Administration as the Reverend Doctor Anthony LOWCAY.
7. Elizabeth LOWCAY, baptised at Malew, 6 December 1680; mentioned in her father's will; married secondly, Mr NASH; of the Isle of Man, when she was named as joint supplicant in a Cause before the Court of Chancery, Ireland, 1743.
8. Henry LOWCAY; mentioned in his father's will; his will dated 1700, of Braddan, Isle of Man, Gunsmith, father dead, mother Margaret executrix, brothers and sisters not identified.
9. Ellinor LOWCAY; died in 1699.
10. John LOWCAY; mentioned in his father's will, then in London, with a bequest of 10 pounds, "... to whom I loaned ago twenty shillings," and as being welcome to return and live on the Island, with an apartment in his home, but "... provided he remained unmarried"; but he evidently did not return; Dyer, parish of St Giles's, Cripplegate, 1701; married in London, 15 August 1699, Ruth TUBB; with issue:
     a. Mary LOWCAY, born 8 January 1701-02, an baptised at St Giles's, Cripplegate, 18 February 1701-02; living in Ireland, 1740-42; went to live in Ireland with her uncle Rev Dr Anthony LOWCAY, about late 1730's; a co-defendant in the CURPHEY v LOWCAY Chancery Court proceedings in Ireland, 1743.

[X] Robert LOWCAY, born on the Isle of Man, about 1659; admitted Pensioner (tutor Mr Henry HALL), 1 June 1679, aged 20; B.A., Verne 1683 [Alumni Dublinensis]; Robert was appointed on 9 July 1691, as Sequestrator to the Impropriate Curacy of Killesk, Diocese of Ferns ["Ferns Clergy and Parishes" Rev James B. LESLIE, Dublin, 1936, page 184]; he was appointed Curate of Fethard, 10 February 1691-92 ["Ferns Clergy..." page 162]; mentioned in his father's will  - "... as for my son Robert, he knows right well what I expended on him during his abode at the University of Dublin, both in money and Books, yet I now bestow the following books... And if I be satisfied with what I have formally done and now do for him, I hope better things of him, and that he will prove (as far as he can) a help to his dear mother and other relations" [courtesy of Jane THOMAS, 2017]; "Licenced on 1 May 1701, as Impropriate Curate of the Parishes of Owenduffe, Kinneigh alias Tintern, Clonmines, Kilcownmore, Clongeen and Inch ["Ferns Clergy..." page 174] - in this entry, LESLIE notes that Robert had two sons, Rev Anthony, Rector of Galtrim (probably in error for his brother), and Rev Standish; Robert of Rowstown, County Wexford, Clerk, his will, dated 26 June 1714, and proved in the Prerogative Court of Ireland, 25 October 1714, naming his wife Mary, son Standish, daughters Elizabeth and Mary, daughter Margaret, sons Henry, Anthony and Joseph, and "...brothers Standish L--- and Anthony L---" [BETHAM's Abstract].
Robert is said to have married Margaret STANDISH [information from Croydon LOWCAY, a descendant, and Jane THOMAS, 2017]; if so, she appears to have been his first wife, and they probably had issue:
1. Standish LOWCAY, born at Ross, County Wexford, about 1691; admitted Trinity College, Dublin, 3 April 1707, as a Pensioner (tutor Mr FELL, Ross), aged 15; Scholar 1709, B.A. Vern 1711, M.A. Aest 1714 [Alumni Dublinensis]; named in his father's will, 1714; ordained Deacon on 5 September 1714, Priest on 3 April 1715, appointed 6 September 1714 as Curate of Owenduffe and Tintern, and collated on 15 September 1720 as Prebend of Clone, Diocese of Ferns ["Ferns..." pages 58, 229 and 230]; he was succeeded as Prebend in 1729 by Sutton SYMES; probably dead before 1743, and perhaps as early as 1729. No evidence of any issue.
2. Elizabeth LOWCAY; named in her father's will, 1714; living 1743; married William WILCOCKS, Perukemaker, of Waterford; they had issue:
     a. Rebecca WILLCOX; named in her grandmother's will, 1734.
3. Mary LOWCAY; named in her father's will, 1714.
4. Margaret LOWCAY; named in her father's will, 1714.
5. Henry LOWCAY; named in his father's will, 1714; probably dead before 1743.
6. Anthony LOWCAY. See [W] below.
7. Joseph LOWCAY; named in his father's will, 1714; living 1743. No further mentions in Irish records.
Robert appears to have married secondly, Mary (possibly COLLINS? - although one on-line pedigree identifies her as Mary JOYNER - but this was also, or instead, the name of his paternal grandmother); as Mary LOWCAY, of Rosetown, County Wexford, Widow, her will was dated 15 November 1734, and proved in the Prerogative Court of Ireland, 2 December 1734, naming her grand-daughter Rebecca WILLCOX, her son Joseph LOWCAY, her brother[-in-law] Anthony LOWCAY, and her sister Rebecca COLLINS [BETHAM's Abstracts] - there was no indication of Rebecca's marital status, but if single, COLLINS is likely to have been Mary's maiden surname.

[W] Anthony LOWCAY, born before 1713, and probably well before; named in his father's will, 1714; named by LESLIE ["Ferns Clergy and Parishes"] as Rector of Galtrim, but probably in error for the uncle (there is no entry in Trinity College Admissions for this younger Anthony, and a B.A. from a recognised university was a precondition for Ordination); Anthony (Junior) made a Deed of Release, dated 3 December 1734 [Memorial Number 54740, Volume 78, Page 212, Dublin Deeds Registry] - however, there appear to be some errors in the Memorial, or perhaps a line or two of the original has been skipped by the memorial writer, as it records that the first party to a Tripartite Release was "... Anthony LOWCAY, late of Rosetown, in the County of Wexford, Clerke, deceased and sole Executor and Legatee of Mary LOWCAY his Mother who was the Widow of the said Robert LOWCAY and his sole executrix" - I suspect it was a case of Anthony being alive, and not deceased, although his name appears no-where in the BETHAM Abstract of his mother Mary's will (above), other than as her "brother" - and the use of the word "said" indicates that there had been earlier mention of Robert LOWCAY, who was a Clerk - further, there is no mention of the Lease, and of the tripartite release, only two parties are mentioned, the first, and the other.
Probably (or perhaps instead father of) the next:

Anthony LOWCAY; of Rosetown, County Wexford; on 9 March 1741, he was granted Administration of the effects of his uncle Rev'd Anthony LOWCAY (Senior), of Gaultrim, County Meath [BETHAM's Abstracts]; of Roe's-town, Coroner for County Wexford, November 1750, 1768, and December 1780 [Gentleman's and Citizen's Almanacs, Dublin, 1751, 1769 and 1781].
Anthony died at Rosetown, County Wexford, Esq, shortly before November 1785 [Saunders News Letter, 1 December; Gentleman's Magazine, December 1785]; his will, dated 11 January 1785, was proved in the Prerogative Court of Ireland, 4 February 1786, naming two of his sons and three of his daughters [BETHAM's Abstracts]; if this was Rev Robert LOWCAY's son, he must have been of a very advanced age.
Anthony was married, but the identity of his wife remains elusive; they had issue:
1. Elizabeth LOWCAY, eldest daughter; named in her father's will as Mrs LAWRENSON; she was married at Mount Geal, in August 1773, to John LAWRENSON, of Bawnmore, County Kilkenny [Saunders Newsletter, 30 August], the Deed of Marriage Settlements, dated 27 August 1773, with a marriage portion of £500. BETHAM incorrectly identified her in his Abstract of Anthony's will by inserting, perhaps later, the name of Lucinda.
2. Mary LOWCAY; named in her father's will, 1785; as Mary AGNEW, Widow, she made several deeds dated 2 November 1793, one giving her address as Horetown, County Wexford (perhaps read in error by the Memorial copying clerk for Rosetown?), and demising a large quantity of itemised household goods to her sister Ellinor LOWCAY, Spinster [Memorial 301691, Book 470, Page 240, Dublin Deeds Registry], and the other demising Ellinor the Farm Lett of Rosetown, both of that address [Memorial 301692, Book 472, Page 383]; of Rosetown when she made an Indented Deed dated  4  November 1793, by which she demised the Land of Rosetown to Standish LOWCAY of Portobello, County Wexford  [Memorial 310733, Book 482, Page 33] - the witnesses to all these three deeds dated November 1793 were the same (Michael JACKSON of Portobello, Schoolmaster, and George JURE, of New Ross, Gents); Mary married a Mr AGNEW, who died before 1793.
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Mary AGNEW, perhaps the same, was married in 1793, by License of the Diocese of Ferns, to George ROBBINS.
George ROBBINS, of New Ross, County Wexford; his will, dated 26 December 1692, named, among others, his son-in-law William WELMAN, and his two WELMAN grandchildren George and Sarah.
Joseph ROBBINS, of Ballyduffe, County Kilkenny, his will dated 30 November 1724, proved 7 May 1725, named, among others, a son George, and his brother-in-law John FRENCH of Camolin, County Wexford. Standish LOWCAY made a Deed of Assignment, dated 23 May 1803, to George ROBBINS of Rosetown, County Wexford, concerning the Town and Lands of Grange.
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3. Ellinor LOWCAY; named in her father'  will, 1785; of Rosetown, November 1793, when named as grantee of household goods, and of the Farm Lett of Rosetown, from her sister Mary AGNEW, Widow.
4. Standish LOWCAY, born at New Ross, Wexford, about 1760; named in his father's will, 1785; probably of Portobello, County Wexford, 4 November 1793 [Memorial 301733, Book 482, Page 33, Deeds Registry, Dublin], when he was demised the Lands of Rosetown by Mary AGNEW, Widow, and the sister of his probable sister Ellinor; Standish was probably the one who died at Fethard, in July 1822 [Dublin Weekly Register, 13 July]; of Rosetown when he was married, probably firstly, in late December 1784 or early January 1785, to the Widow ROGERS of Boderan, County Wexford [Saunders Newsletter, 4 January]; probably married secondly in Dublin, August 1794, Miss Mary ALLEN, niece to the late Rev Dr DOWNES [Saunders Newsletter, 28 August], the marriage settlements mentioned in a deed dated 21 May 1803, of Standish LOWCAY and his wife Mary LOWCAY otherwise ALLEN (to Benjamin ROBERTS of the City of Waterford), in which Mary's father is recorded as Rev William DOWNES of the City of Waterford, and her mother as Ann DOWNES otherwise DEYAS otherwise BOLTON [Memorial Number 369415, Deeds Registry]; issue a daughter:
     a. Ann LOWCAY, the wife of Joseph BRAGG, of Cumberland.
5. Anthony LOWCAY, born in or before 1747; named in his father's will; third party to the Marriage Settlements of his probable sister Ann LOWCAY to Joseph GEALE, 1768.
6. Margaret LOWCAY; named as  daughter WELMAN in her father's will, 1785.
7. Ann LOWCAY; probably born in or before 1750; of Rosetown, County Wexford, Spinster, when she was married to Joseph GEALE, of Mount Geale, County Kilkenny, Esq, by a Deed of Marriage Settlements dated 3 September 1768, he being eldest son of the late John GEALE of the same place (deceased), with  Anthony LOWCAY Junior, of Rosetown, and Thomas TENISON (or JENISON?), of Rock Hall, County Kilkenny, as the third party (the trustees), for a portion of £500, in anticipation of a marriage soon to be had between, and concerning lands in County Kilkenny, with the deed witnessed by Anthony LOWCAY Senior [Memorial 172739, Book 262, Page 391].
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A BILL AND ANSWER IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY, IRELAND, 1743.

Chancery Bill, CURPHEY v LOWCAY, 23 April 1743 [CROSSLE Abstracts, PRONI, digital image viewable on Findmypast].
"Supplicants and dy (?) others Margaret CURPHEY alias LOWCAY and Elizabeth NASH alias LOWCAY both of the Isle of Man, and William WILCOKS of city Waterford, Perukemaker [Wig maker] and Elizabeth WILCOCKS alias LOWCAY his wife.
Shew that your supplicants Margaret CURPHEY and Elizabeth NASH are the only surviving sisters and next of kin of Rev Anthony LOWCAY late of Galtrim County Meath Clerk deceased.
And your supplicants further show said Anthony LOWCAY was in life seized and entitled to a very considerable estate, consisting of horses, mares, cows, sheep, corn in haggard and; malt and several sums of money due by bond account and was also possessed of a great deal of ready money and valuable pieces of plate, house-hold goods and all sorts of linen and kitchen utensils and other effects, the particulars whereof were kept so secret your supplicants are not come to knowledge therein, and also to £50 paid to the next incumbent of parish Galtrim for improvements made by ye said Anthony LOWCAY in said parish, which sum was paid or secured to be paid by Mr COPE the present incumbent of said parish, and said Anthony LOWCAY's advance, which effects come in whole to £1,000 and upwards.
"And being so possessed said Anthony LOWCAY on 5 March 1741 [the old Julian dating system, so falling between 31 December 1741 and 25 March 1742] died unmarried and intestate, whereby your supplicants Mary CURPHEY and Elizabeth NASH his sisters became entitled to a 4th part of said Anthony LOWCAY's effects, as also your supplicants William WILCOCKS and Elizabeth his wife became entitled to same or part thereof.
"Your supplicants further shew your supplicants Margaret CURPHEY and Elizabeth NASH (who had the right to have administration of said Anthony LOWCAY's effects granted them as the nearest next-of-kin) living so remote from said Anthony LOWCAY's place of abode and had no knowledge of his death for some time after it happened.
Anthony LOWCAY, of Rosetown in Co Wexford, great nephew of said A.L. deceased and brother to your supplicant Elizabeth WILCOCKS, immediately on death of A.L., by virtue of some power got out of some Ecclesiastical Court in this kingdom, possessed himself of the personal estate of said Anthony LOWCAY the elder but never executed an inventory of same.
And said Anthony LOWCAY the younger, together with Joseph LOWCAY his brother, and Mary LOWCAY, niece to said Anthony LOWCAY the elder, who lived with said Anthony LOWCAY the elder and was conversant with his affairs, have concealed or converted said goods to their own use.
"Your supplicants further shew said Anthony LOWCAY the elder had no brother living at the time of his decease, nor sisters (other) than the said Margaret CURPHEY and Elizabeth NASH, and no other nephews or nieces than the said Anthony LOWCAY, Joseph LOWCAY, and your supplicant Elizabeth WILCOCKS by one brother, or said Mary LOWCAY by another brother (except the children of said Margaret CURPHEY and Elizabeth NASH).
Your supplicants further shew said Anthony LOWCAY the younger has been often applied to to come to a just distribution of said effects which were over and above the debts of said deceased, which debts your supplicants charge were not above £5, but said Anthony LOWCAY, Joseph LOWCAY and Mary LOWCAY, combining (?) together pretend said Anthony LOWCAY the elder left no personal estate save which was sufficient to pay his debts, which is not true for said Anthony LOWCAY the elder left very considerable estate, and said defendants refuse to accept the same. All which is come to law. Pray for Redress. Entered 23 April 1743."
Here is where CROSSLE inserted his construction of the drop-line pedigree.
"Answer of Mary LOWCAY Spinster to bill of Margaret CURPHEY and others.
"Defendant  saith Rev Doctor Anthony LOWCAY deceased was this defendant's uncle and died unmarried and intestate on 5 March last, and that she resided with him at Gaultrim County Meath at the time he died and several years before, and that she hath perused the schedule annexed to and of Anthony LOWCAY the other defendant, and is convinced said Dr LOWCAY at time of his death had not as many or other effects there set forth, and saith that the silver cups a heavy pan and horse and colt which said Dr LOWCAY deceased were possessions of Anthony LOWCAY the other defendant, and that this defendant had in her uncle's house 2 barrels of pease the defendant's property, and that immediately the said Dr LOWCAY died said Anthony LOWCAY the younger came to his home 3 days after and this defendant gave him the keys and never after meddled with any of said uncle's effects. This Defendant saith she is the only issue of John LOWCAY who was brother to said Anthony LOWCAY.
Answer was sworn at Rowstown County Wexford 5 Nov 1743 before Edmund PEACOCK, Alex ROGERS, Joseph ECLES and John VINSON. Entered 9 December 1743."
"The Answer of Anthony LOWCAY to bill of Margaret CURPHEY and others.
This Defendant saith that all the personal Estate and s'ls(?) of which Rev Anthony LOWCAY died possessed of did not amount to more than £100, and that he hath set forth in a schedule annexed a true account of said estate, and also the value of said effects sold at a public cant, and saith said Dr Anthony LOWCAY had not at time of his death own horses, etc, except one grey mare sold for £3 8s, one bay horse and colt which were the property of this defendant, or any corn or cattle or any plate except one silver cup and 2 silver spoons which were also the property of this defendant, and had not any ready money at the time of his death but £6 15s and a bank note for £50, and there were no debts due said deceased at the time of his death save as tythe.
"This Defendant sets forth in schedule the debts due from said deceased to this Defendant.
"This Defendant put himself to the trouble of a journey from this Defendant's house in Wexford to City of Dublin upwards of 60 miles on no other account but to demand from Rev Mr COPE the present incumbent and immediate successor of Rev Anthony LOWCAY in parish of Gaultrim such sum due then Defendant as advance of said Anthony for Improvements made on said parish, and said COPE absolutely refused to pat this Defendant one farthing. 
"Saith the deceased died intestate on 10 March last, and this Defendant did administer this said uncle in the Prerogative Court and saith he is an entire stranger to complainants Margaret CURPHEY and Elizabeth NASH, and begs leave to ask for proof that they were sister of said Anthony LOWCAY deceased, but doth admit Complainant Elizabeth WILCOCKS is sister of this Defendant, and that the Defendant's father was brother to said Anthony LOWCAY deceased, the issue now being left only said Elizabeth WILCOCKS, Joseph LOWCAY and this Defendant; and this Defendant doth admit other Defendant Mary LOWCAY was only surviving issue of John LOWCAY deceased who was brother to said Anthony LOWCAY, and this Defendant saith said Anthony LOWCAY deceased had another brother Charles who resided in Bridgetown in Island of Barbadoes in the West Indies, but this Defendant cannot say if said Charles is alive or whether he left issue.
The Defendant doth admit that the other Defendant Mary LOWCAY lived with her uncle said Anthony LOWCAY deceased.
The Defendant denies he referred to [...very hard to decipher a sensible account of this part...] some gentlemen who spoke to this Defendant on their behalf to get them a just account of said goods in case said Margaret and Elizabeth shall prove themselves to be his sisters."
"Signed Antho: LOWCAY at Rowstown County Wexford 5 November 1743. Same was entered 9 December 1743.
"The schedule is dated 9 December 1743."
[Further notes here also hard to make sense of] "... debts due to Rev Doctor Anthony LOWCAY... From Mr STEAR £4, from Mr [indec] £2, in list of debts due to Defendant Anthony LOWCAY. To a bay Mare which said Anthony LOWCAY had from this Defendant in 1734 £8. To bay horse which said Doctor had from this Defendant in 1737 £9."
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FURTHER MENTIONS OF ANTHONY LOWCAY AND HIS FAMILY.

Anthony LOWCAY, Coastal Officer, Department of Customs and Excise, Ross, Wexford, 1773 [Appendix, Journal of the House of Commons, 12 October 1773 to 2 January 1774].

Anthony LOWCAY was married in 1773, to Miss Ann KING [Hibernian Magazine]

Miss Debby LOWCAY, daughter of Anthony LOWCAY of Rosetown, County of Wexford, Esq, died in February 1779 [Saunders Newsletter, 18 February].

Anthony LOWCAY (born about 1771) died on 12 March 1856, aged 84 years, and was buried at Ballyhade Churchyard, County Wexford [CANTWELL's Memorials].


STANDISH LOWCAY AND HIS FAMILY CONNECTIONS.

Mrs LOWCAY died at Ballyhack, County Wexford, on 17 July 1793 [Hibernian Magazine]. Possibly the wife of Standish LOWCAY, earlier the widow ROGERS?

Standish LOWCAY, born at New Ross, Wexford, about 1791; aged 25 when he enlisted in the Army, 9 June 1817, for unlimited service; Ensign, 8th Garrison Battalion, 2 December 1806 [Caledonian Mercury, 11 December]; Peninsular War Medal, as Lieutenant, 26th Regiment of Foot, 2nd Battalion.

THE LOWCAYS OF KILHILE.

Jonas LOWCAY; married with issue:
1. Anthony A. LOWCAY, born in 1824; died on 23 May 1827, aged 2 years and 6 months, and was buried at Ballyhade [CANTWELL].
2. Ann R. LOWCAY, born about December 1826; died on 16 May 1827, aged 5 months, and was buried at Ballyhade.

Jonas King LOWCAY died at Kilhile Cottage, County Wexford, on 12 October 1834, of whom it was said - "In the relations of son, husband and father, his loss is irreparable - while as a member of society, his strict integrity and amiability of manner will cause him long to be regretted by all who knew him" [Waterford Mail, 25 October].

Jonas King LOWCAY, born about 1825; of Kilhile, Arthleston, County Wexford, Esq; died on 23 February 1892, aged 66, with Administration of his estate to Benjamin Arthur William LETT, Esq, Effects £10,909 6s.

A BRANCH OF THIS FAMILY SERVED IN THE ROYAL NAVY.

Henry LOWCAY, born in Ireland (possibly in Waterford), about 1740 (and claimed by one family tree on ancestry.com as a son of Standish LOWCAY, but this seems to be unlikely); "... a veteran Warrant Officer who was Master's Mate of the 'Swallow' sloop of war on the voyage discovery of the South Seas in 1766-69, and died on 5 February 1827 at Portsmouth aged 87" ["A Naval Biographical Dictionary," by William O'BYRNE, Volume 1, 1849, page 677]; however, a death notice was published in the Hampshire Chronicle, etc, on 19 February 1827, recording his death, "... last week, at Portsea, aged 87... father of Commander Henry LOWCAY, Lieutenants William, Robert and George LOWCAY"; he was married by License at Plymouth St Andrew, on 3 April 1774, to Peggy GRANT, both of the parish (she was a minor, and had permission from her father John GRANT); they had issue:
1. Henry LOWCAY, baptised at Portsmouth St Mary, 25 February 1779; entered the R.N. on 2 April 1791; "... served as a midshipman with Sir Samuel HOOD at the surrender of Corsica and attack on Teneriffe, and in the 'Culloden' with Sir J. TROUBRIDGE, and was discharged in 1835, aged 57, in pecuniary distress (a sick wife)" [British Royal Navy Service and Pension Records, Findmypast]; at Tavistock Place, Plymouth, 1841 Census, aged 60+, Navy, with wife Emelia (aged 43); at 43 Tavistock Place, Plymouth St Charles,1851 Census, aged 72, Retired Captain R.N., with wife Eulalia B. (aged 54); he died at Tavistock Place, Plymouth, on 4 February 1859, "... at an advanced age" [Morning Chronicle, London, 12 February]; he married firstly, at Portsea St Mary, 30 June 1803, Mary Ann DOUGLAS (a minor, with consent of her mother); she died in Plymouth, May 1835 [The Age, London, 31 May]; Henry married secondly, at Plymouth St Charles, on 3 May 1836, Miss Eulelia Bickford STEERE of Plymouth, Spinster (Cecelia in Marriage Register entry).
2. William LOWCAY, born at Chatham, Kent, on 21 September 1787; he died at Weymouth, "...on the 16th inst" [The Standard, London, 20 Jul 1852], and buried at Preston, Dorset, 10 (sic) July 1852, aged 64, late of Weymouth [Burial Register, on Findmypast]; he was married on 14 June 1814, to Mary Anne LAWRENCE (sister of Captain John LAWRENCE, R.N., C.B.); she died at Allington, Bridgport, on 1 December 1844 [Bath Chronicle, 12 December]; they had issue two sons and one daughter [on-line Naval Record], including:
     a. Henry L. LOWCAY, born about 1816; aged 34, at Newington, Surrey, 1851, residing with his brother-in-law William ANLEY (and his wife and daughter); married at St Heliers, Jersey, on 12 July 1845, Mary Durrel ANLEY, daughter of William ANLEY, Esq, of Allington, Bridgport.
     b. William LOWCAY, born about 1818; aged 22, Mariner, with his parents, 1841.
     c. Mary LOWCAY, born about 1825; age 15, with her parents, 1841.
3. Robert LOWCAY; entered the R.N. on 13 June 1806; Lieutenant, 1815; at Cottage Green,Green Lane, Portsea Town, 1841 Census, aged 40+, with wife and four children; Half-pay, 1844; he died in Plymouth on 16 March 1853, aged 59 years, and was buried at Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth [M.I. on billiongraves.com]; he married Mary Ann; she died at 4 South Devon Place, Plymouth, on 25 June 1861, aged 66, "... after a long illness" [Hampshire Telegraph etc, 29 June]; he had issue:
     a. John Money LOWCAY, born about 1815; died in May 1904, aged 88, and as buried with his parents in Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth [M.I.]; he married Jane Allen (-?-); shed died on 5 August 1926 [M.I.].
     b. Jane LOWCAY, born about 1820; aged 20+, with her parents, already married to NORCOCK; she married firstly, Commander John H. NORCOCK, R.N.; she married secondly, Rear Admiral BLIGHT; she married thirdly, at St Jude's, on 27 January 1863, Major-General GRAHAM, C.B.
     c. Mary Ann LOWCAY, second daughter, aged 15+, with her parents, 1841; she was married at Charles Church, Plymouth, on 4 June 1852, Captain RALPH, late 6th Regiment of Foot.
     d. Jane LOWCAY (?), aged 12, with parents, 1841.
     e. William LOWCAY, born Hampshire, about 1835; aged 5, with his parents, 1841.
4. George LOWCAY.

J. W. LOWCAY, Lieutenant R.N., died at Portsea, in December 1811 [Bath Chronicle, 20 December].

BURKE's "General Armory," 1885, cites the following pedigree under Arms for LOWCAY:
I. Rev Robert LOWCAY; Rector of St James's Dunbrody and Killesk, Diocese of Ferns; father of:
II. Henry LOWCAY of Kilhile, Esq (and brother of Anthony LOWCAY of Rosetown, Esq); father of:
III. Robert LOWCAY, Esq, Lieutenant, R.N.; father of:
IV. James Money LOWCAY, of Lipson Terrace, Devon, Paymaster, R.N.].
I suspect there is a generation missing in this pedigree, and that Henry (II) may have been a son of Anthony of Rosetown, and grandson of Rev Robert (I).
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OTHER WELMAN FAMILY MEMBERS IN COUNTY WEXFORD.

Harvey WELMAN, born in County Wexford, about 1820; he was residing at 7 Cobden Street, Manchester, in the 1851 Census, aged 30, Agent, Unmarried, with a house-keepeer and two lodgers, none evidently related.

In a Roman Catholic burial ground near Bannow, there were two graves with WELMAN connections, which were transcribed by a Mr HEATHERINGTON in 1974, and published in CANTWELL's "Memorials for the Dead in Ireland", with notes by b.j.c.:
1. WELLMAN (nav 14). A broken slab, two fragments:
". . . [?]cy WELMAN of
  . . . died 29 April
  . . . [?]REL alias LOWE
  . . .  85 years.
  . . .  life 6th of
  . . .  [age]d 77 years
  . . .  [?]L his wife
  . . .  1783 aged 73."
"There were two larger pieces too heavy to turn over... More could perhaps be recovered."
2. WELMAN (6/11) A stone cross inscribed on the horizontal part: Pk WELMAN, and indexed as Patrick.
As Harvey WELLMAN appears to have been a Protestant, these burials, one perhaps born as early as the late 1690's, are unlikely to be closely related.
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[Y] HARVEY WELMAN, THE THIRD, SOLDIER.

Harvey WELMAN was born at Tinterne, County Wexford, on 15 August 1782; he was aged 20 when he entered the Army on 21 November 1802, as Ensign (by purchase) in the 44th Regiment of Foot; promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, 44th Foot, 18 February 1804, without purchase (vice Ambrose LANE, who was appointed Captain) [London Star, 21 March 1804]; Lieutenant, 9th Regiment of Foot, 28 March 1805, by exchange without difference; he was recorded as Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, 9th Regiment of Foot, at his marriage in Dublin in 1806.

Harvey sailed from Cork, July 1808, to serve in the Peninsular Wars, under Sir Arthur WELLESLEY and Sir John MOORE, in Portugal ;and Spain; he was present at the Battles of Rolica (17 August 1808) and Vimiera (21 August 1808), and at the defence and evacuation retreat from Coruña (16-17 January 1809); he was recorded as being on home service between January and August 1809 (perhaps in Warrington, Lancashire); he served at the Siege of Flushing, Walcheren Island (August 1809), under Lord Chatham; he was promoted to the rank of Captain, 9th Regiment, 2 November 1809, without purchase; he was evidently in Gibraltar, 1810 and in mid 1811; he participated in the Sieges of Tariffa (19 December 1811 - 4 January 1812) and Tarragoña (3 - 11 June 1813), and at the siege and storm of San Sebastian (7 - 25 July and 22 - 31 August 1813); he was awarded Her Majesty's Medal, with four clasps (9th Regimental Awards - for his participation at Roliça, Vimiera, Coruña and San Sebastian).

Harvey was transferred to the 3rd Garrison Battalion, 20 November 1813, vice Captain H. DUMARESQUE who exchanged [Caledonian Mercury, 6 December 1813]; also recorded, under Garrisons, to be Captain of Company, 11 May 1815, from the 1st Garrison Battalion [Edinburgh Gazette, 2-6 June 1815]; he saw further service at the British controlled Islands of Heligoland, off Germany in the North Sea (1815-18); recorded as placed on half pay, 22 September 1816, Captain, 3rd Garrison Battalion ["A List of Officers of the Army, etc," War Office, G.B., 1821, page 626]; however, his Service Record indicates that he was reduced to Half Pay, 3rd Garrison Battalion, 1818, due to the Battalion being disbanded ["British Regimental Registers, 1756-1900"].

Harvey's Service Record also indicates that he served at Home from 1818 until November 1827, nearly 6 years in Enniscorthy, County Wexford; he was evidently back in Ireland (1818, 1819 and 1825), and in Chatham (1825) and Deptford, Kent (1826); he exchanged, from half-pay Captain, 3rd Garrison Battalion, to the 1st Royal Veteran's Battalion, April-May 1824 (vice John LEECH who exchanged); he replied to a glowing testimonial published by a number of his admirers in and around Enniscorthy, amongst whom he had resided nearly 6 years [Westmeath Journal, Thursday 8 July 1824]; appointed Captain, 57th Regiment of Foot, 8 April 1825 [Globe, 21 November 1825], although the later date of 20 November 1830, Augmentation, appears in his Service Record; this Service Record notes his going on Service Abroad on 3 November 1827; on 5 November 1827, he set sail on the convict transport ship Hooghley, 446 tons, Captain REEVES, with a contingent of 99 male prisoners, bound for New South Wales.

The Hooghley arrived in Sydney, direct from London, on 24 February 1828, with Captain WELMAN, of the 57th Regiment, commanding a detachment of 24 men of the Royal Veterans Corps, along with his (second) wife and family (of eight), and another 12 women and 22 children of his troops [The Monitor, Monday 25 February 1828 - as Captain WILLMAN]; he joined other detachments of the 57th which had been accompanying prisoner transportations to N.S.W. from as early as 1819 (including his two soon-to-be sons-in-law, William BENSON and William BATE); WELMAN continued in garrison duty, probably mainly in Sydney (Captain, 57th Regiment of Foot, in September 1829); towards the end of his time in Sydney, he resided at No 12 Kent Street, which was later used by Mrs FISK as a Seminary for Young Ladies [Sydney Gazette, 13 November 1830].



Thomas MITCHELL's 1854 Map of Kent Street, Sydney, showing the subdivision on the east side, south of the present day Argyle Street, where building blocks would be sold after completion of quarry works beneath the old Fort Phillip.
Image courtesy of the State Library of N.S.W., on-line maps, Dixson Collection

In April 1830, it was reported that 3 sergeants and 60 rank-and-file of the 57th Regiment, under the command of Captain WELMAN, were to proceed to Hobart Town, where they were to be stationed "...for a short period and then go forward to India. Captain WELMAN's departure will be regretted by a large number of respectable acquaintance" [Sydney Gazette, Tuesday 13 April 1830].


St Philip's Parish Church, York Street, Sydney, and the Military Windmill, ca 1817, by Edward Charles CLUSE.
Image on the Dictionary of Sydney web-site, courtesy of the State Library of N.S.W. [a2821041/PX 1187].

On 11 April 1830, WELMAN and his family set sail for Launceston, Van Dieman's Land, in the brig Governor Phillip, with his detachment of the 57th Regiment - but they ran into a howling southerly gale and heavy seas ("stress of weather") which so damaged the ship that she was forced to turn back, and with a jury-rigged replacement rudder, they limped back to safe harbour in Sydney on 2 May - during the gale, WELMAN lost part of his baggage, and Mrs WELMAN "...became extremely debilitated, and had nearly lost the use of her limbs" [The Australian, 6 May 1830]; their second attempt, on 13 May 1830, by the same ship, was successful; his Brevet promotion to the rank of Major, dated 22 July 1830, was connected with the accession of King William IV; from his base in Launceston, in September 1830, he participated in the feeble attempt by government forces to capture "...those hostile tribes of Natives which are daily committing renewed atrocities on the Settlers" in the area between Oyster Bay Range and the River Clyde, south of Lake Crescent, over Table Mountain [Launceston Advertiser, 4 October 1830], referred to in history as "The Black Line"; his earlier orders to join his Regiment in India were stymied once again - "We understand that part of the 57th will remain in Launceston, under the command of Major WELLMAN; the 'Waterloo' not being sufficiently large to accommodate all the men" [Launceston Advertiser, 25 July 1831]; their antipodean respite was to last another 10 months; in March 1832, the detachment of the 63rd lately quartered at Parramatta had been ordered to proceed "...to Hobart Town, by the 'Norfolk,' to relieve the remaining company of the 57th Regiment at Van Dieman's Land, under Brevet Major WELLMAN, who goes on to Madras, where the strength of the 57th was, by the latest accounts" [The Australian, Friday 16 March 1832]. On 14 April 1832, Brevet-Major WELMAN sailed from Hobart on the ship Norfolk (Captain HENNIKER), bound for Madras, with his wife and eight children (three younger children born in Australia evidently replaced three adults who remained, several already married), and a number of other serving soldiers, mostly from other regiments; he served in India with the 57th Regiment of Foot, from 4 July 1832 until September 1834 - in Madras until March 1834, when they marched in two columns through Bangalore to Cannanore, and were joined there by the camp followers, including the women and children, by the ships Swallow and Isabella, arriving 29 March ["Historical Records of the Fifty-seventh or West Middlesex Regiment of Foot," edited by Lt-Gen H.J. WARRE, London, 1878].

Between September 1834 and August 1836, WELMAN was granted two years leave of absence from his Regiment in Madras, and took his family back to Tasmania; on his return to Launceston in September 1834, his ship, the Duke of Kent, ran aground and was wrecked on the beach at George Town, whereby he lost property to the value of £150 [Launceston Advertiser, 18 September 1834]. 

WELMAN served again in India from August 1836 - at Cannanore, then from April-June 1839 in Trichinopoly, and back through Bangalore (February 1840) to Madras (January 1841), until he was detached from the Regiment in India in July 1841; he retired from the Army on 2 October 1841, after nearly 40 years service (19 years 8 months 12 days service Abroad, and 19 years 2 months Home service).

After his retirement, he returned to settle in Launceston, and there he was re-named as a Justice of the Peace, and actively performed his duties in the Police Court, and the Licensing Courtdied.

He died at his residence in Launceston, on 3 May 1869, aged 86, and was buried in his family plot in Section A, of the Church of England Cemetery.

Harvey WELMAN was married firstly, by Special License of the Diocese of Dublin, at St Andrew's Church of Ireland, Dublin, on 26 July 1806,  to Abigail PIGOTT, (daughter of Robert PIGOTT of Wexford and Dublin, one of the Inspectors-General for the Department of Excise - see earlier blog post); she died on 10 October 1824 [as recorded on Harvey's Service Record, "British Regimental Registers, 1756-1900"], probably in Dublin.
They had issue, all birth details recorded in Harvey's Service Record:
1. Margaret Olivia WELMAN, born in Wexford, 10 December 1807. See [A] below.
2. John Cameron WELMAN, born in Lancashire, 6 January 1810. See [B] below.
3. Mary WELMAN, born at Gibraltar, 24 February 1812. See [C] below.
4. Harvey Wellesley Pole WELMAN, born at Wexford, 10 June 1814. See [D] below.
5. Abigail WELMAN, born at Dublin, 13 March 1818. See [E] below.
6. Hercules Atkin WELMAN, born at Enniscorthy, County Wexford, 25 April 1819. See [F] below.

Harvey was married secondly, at St Mark's Church of Ireland, Dublin, on 16 December 1825, to Mary COLLINS (a daughter of John COLLINS, Esq, Land Waiter, Port of Cork, and formerly Captain in the 30th Regiment of Foot); she died at 2 Elliott Place, Stoke Road, Gosport, Hampshire, 4 December 1876, aged 80, late of Alverstoke.
By her, Harvey had further issue:
7. Mary Collins WELMAN, born at Chatham Barracks, 11 September 1826. See [G] below.
8. William Henry Dowling Reeves WELMAN, born at Deptford, Kent, 22 October 1827. See [H] below.
9. Donaldson John Henry WELMAN, born at Ross, Tasmania, 20 July 1830; died aged 8.
10. Caroline Eliza WELMAN, born in Hobart, 9 March 1832; died at Launceston, 21 August 1866, aged 29.
11. Anthony Richard Jack WELMAN, born at Fort St George, Madras, 12 October 1833, and baptised at St Mary's Church, Madras, 10 November 1833.
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THE SECOND GENERATION OF THE WELMAN FAMILY.

[A] Margaret (Olivia) WELMAN, born 10 December 1807, and baptised at Wexford; she died in County Sligo, 23 March 1877; aged 21 on arrival in N.S.W.; she married at St Phillip's (C. of E.), Sydney, 8 September 1829, William Welborne Harlington BENSON, Lieutenant, 57th Regiment (son of Rev William BENSON, Archdeacon of Emly, County Limerick; and grandson of William BENSON of County Down by Frances McArtney PORTEUS); BENSON had arrived in N.S.W. as an Ensign, 57th Regiment, aboard the convict transport ship "Sesostris" (embarked in England, 4 November 1825); they returned to Sydney briefly, about 1835; he died at Stafford, 11 July 1887; with issue:

1. a son, born at Sydney 23 May 1830; died in infancy.

2. a son, born at Dublin 1831; died in infancy.

3. Jane Normanton Barker BENSON, born 17 February 1832.

4. Welborne Eagle Albuera BENSON, born at Gravesend, Kent, 4 June 1834, died at sea aged 8 mos.

5. Arthur Welborne Cameron BENSON, born at Sydney, 29 November 1835.

6. William Porteous McCartney Welman BENSON, born at Cannonore, India, 1 October 1837; of Mosman, 1909; died in 1925; married Margaret Gardner WILSON, with issue.

7. Francis Napoleon Bingley Groves BENSON, born at Chatham, November 1840; died 1866; married in Dublin, 24 April 1862, Ellen REVINGTON.

8. Rosina Dianne Olivia BENSON, born at Medway, Kent, December qtr 1842.

9. Rubina Georgina Catherine BENSON, born at Clontarf, County Dublin, 5 May 1845.
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[B] John Cameron WELMAN, born 6 January 1810, and baptised at Warrington, Lancashire; went to Australia; died at Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydney, 28 July 1871; married in N.S.W., 1845, Amelia Georgiana BECKHAM, with issue:

1. John H. WELMAN, born in N.S.W., 1846.

2. Harvey Hercules WELMAN, born in N.S.W., 1849; died 26 Oct 1884, aged 35, and buried at Waverley Cemetery; married at Wagga Wagga, 20 December 1877, Martha Susannah Constance BOURKE (she married secondly, in Wagga Wagga in 1894, Herbert Edward MANCHEE, and died at Windsor in 1901); with issue, including Constance N. WELMAN, the wife of George Seaborn WILCOX.

3. Alfred Augustus WELMAN, born in N.S.W., 1851; died in Sydney 1912; married Emily Jane; she died 13 August 1896, aged 39, and was buried at Waverley Cemetery; issue.

4. Arthur Wellesley WELMAN, born in N.S.W., 1853; died Sydney, 17 August 1912, and buried at Waverley Cemetery; married firstly, Marie A. (Manie); she died at Randwick, 1904; he married secondly, at St Peter's Church, St Peter's, 22 February 1910, Eva Maud FRASER, daughter of Peter FRASER and Sarah Ann WOOD; she married secondly, at St Matthew's Church of England, Paddington, aged 42, to Charles Edward Bede SLATTERY, Widower; she died at Redfern, 9 July 1919.

5. Albert E. WELMAN, born in N.S.W., 1853.

6. Amelia WELMAN, born in N.S.W., 1857; married Charles DUNSMURE. vii. Louisa WELMAN, born at Binalong, 1860. viii. Sydney W. WELMAN, born at Binalong, 1862; married Jane ABERG or OBERG.
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[C] Mary WELMAN, born 24 February 1812, and baptised at Gibraltar; married at St Phillip's, Sydney, 11 October 1828, William BATE, Esq, Lieutenant, 57th Regiment; he had arrived in N.S.W. as a Lieutenant, 57th Regt, aboard the convict transport ship "Medway," (embarked in England, 20 July 1825); he was probably buried at Negapatam, 11 September 1841, aged 50, Captain in H.M.'s 57th Regiment (there was another William BATE buried at St Mary's Church, Madras, 31 October 1833, aged 26 years 7 months, Private in the 57th Regiment); with issue:
1. William BATE, born at Port Stephens, N.S.W., 1829.
Mary married secondly, at St Andrew's Church, Madras, 1 June 1842, Donald McKENZIE, Esq, aged 35, Bachelor, Merchant and Agent in Madras; they had issue:
     a. Henrietta Abigail MacKENZIE, born 8 November 1843, and baptised at St Andrew's Church, Madras, 8 January 1844.
     b. Ann Margaret MacKENZIE, born 10 December 1845, and baptised at St Andrew's, Madras, 15 February 1846.
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[D] Harvey Wellesley Pole WELMAN, born 10 June 1814, and baptised at Wexford; Customs Department, Tasmania, September 1836, when appointed Ensign, 17th Regiment, Sydney; went to India; Lieutenant, 17th Regiment, Colabah, 1845; Captain, H.M.'s 86th Regiment, at Deesa, 1849, at Hyderabad, 1854, and at Colabah, 1855; Major, 86th Regiment, 1861; of 6 Shandwick Place, Edinburgh, 1861 Census, aged 40, Major, 10th Foot, with second wife and three children; Lieutenant-Colonel, Kilkenny, 1876; of Grove House, Maidstone Road, Rochester, Kent, 1871, 1881 and 1891 Censuses; one of the leaders of the Conservative party at Rochester; he died at his residence, Grove House, Rochester, Kent, 11 September 1893, aged 74 years; his will dated 10 November 1883, was proved by his widow and two sons-in-law, estate sworn at £13, 325 [Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser, 9 November 1893]; Harvey was married firstly, by License, at Colabah, Bombay, on 5 June 1845, to Emily Guthrie PATTULLO (aged 24, daughter of Robert PATTULLO); Emily died Chatham, Kent, 9 February 1851 [Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times, etc, 15 February]; issue:

1. Charlotte Stewart WELMAN, born 14 August 1847; buried at Ahmedabad, Bombay Diocese, 7 February 1849.

2. Wellesley WELMAN, born Bombay Diocese, 26 April 1849, and baptised at Deesa 10 May; Ensign, 100th Regiment, 20 July 1867, by purchase; transferred to the 85th Light Infantry, 7 August 1867 (this Regiment went on service to India, 30 January 1868); returned home, 12 November 1870; went back out to India, 6 October 1871; Lieutenant, 85th Regiment of Light Infantry, 7 October 1871, by purchase; returned home, 24 February 1873; Lieutenant, H.M.'s 85th Regiment, Light Infantry, 1874; aged 26, of Meerut, India, Military, 4 May 1875, when he as inducted into Masonic Lodge Dalhousie, Mussorie and Deesa; Captain, 85th Regiment, 12 June 1878; returned home, 20 January 1879; went back out to India, 21 January 1880, and returned home, 16 March 1881; went out to Natal, South Africa, 9 March 1881, and returned home, 27 July 1881; retired as Major, 27 July 1881, and "... receiving a gratuity.
Wellesley arrived in Victoria on the ship Sobraon, 1886, aged 37; in Beechworth, northern Victoria, 1887; he may have returned to Britain by way of New Zealand.
Wellesley was at 34 Alexander Street, Paddington, April 1892, when he appeared in Marylebone Police Court on a charge of assaulting Robert Thorburn BOWIE, and was bound over in £5 to keep the peace, with costs of 2 shillings - Wellesley stated that BOWIE had been paying unwanted attention to his wife, who served in the shop he managed opposite BOWIE's lodgings in the same street; still at 34 Alexander Street, Paddington, February 1893, late Captain, 85th Light Infantry, with his wife Emily; charged in Bournemouth, 11 July 1897, with having obtained from Samuel CRANE a sum of £5 with intent to defraud, pleaded guilty, and sentenced to one month imprisonment with hard labour;  of Seppo Road, Clapham, December 1899, late Major, 85th Light Infantry, with his wife Emily; he was aged 54, a Canvasser, when admitted to St Georges Union Workhouse, Fulham Road, London, on 4 April 1903, suffering from Varicose veins and Cardiac weakness, and deemed suited to Clerical work; aged 61, of 25 Berrick Street, London S.W., a retired Captain of the King's Shropshire (formerly the 85th) Light Infantry, when he was convicted in the Old Bailey, January 1910, on a charge of Bigamy, and sentenced to 18 months imprisonment, with hard labour, for having married, in September 1904, Esther HICKMAN, while his wife was still living - a Police Officer stated that he had been married four times, and that his first wife got a divorce on the grounds of his bigamy; an inmate, Wandsworth Prison, 1911 Census; he died at his residence, 66 Cheriton Road, Folkestone, Kent, on 7 April 1914, Retired Colonel in the Army, and buried in Cheriton Road Cemetery, Section C, Plot 4014.
Wellesley was married firstly, at All Saints, Futtehgarh, India, on 19 November 1874, to Ellen Maude WADE, aged 20, daughter of Sir Claude WADE, K.C.B., deceased (Wellesley was recorded in the marriage register as the son of Colonel Harvey WELMAN;  Ellen Maud died at Brighton in 1906,and was buried at the Abbey Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Bath, on 30 October 1906, aged 52; they had issue:
     a. Charles Wellesley WELMAN, born at Bath, Somerset, 18 July 1878, and died in Switzerland on 1961, after a career in Africa as a Colonial Administrator.
     b. Harvey Claude WELMAN, born at Bath, 1881.
     c. Maud WELMAN, born at Lucknow, 11 February 1876, and baptised at St Mary's, Lucknow, 24 February; she was married at the Parish Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Bath, County Somerset, on 20 December 1905, to George Hendrick GOCH, 55, a Widower, of Johannesburg; with issue.
Wellesley WELMAN was married secondly, at Christ Church, Beechworth, Victoria, on 1 June 1887, to Jessie CLEMENTS, youngest daughter of the late John CLEMENTS , Esq, of Beechworth [Ovens and Murray Advertiser, 8 June] (Wellesley was recorded in the Marriage Notice as Major, H.M.'s Reserved Officers, and late 85th Light Infantry, and the eldest son of Colonel Harvey W. P. WELMAN, late 1st Royals, of Gere House, Rochester, Kent); there is no evidence yet found for any issue of this marriage; Jessie WELMAN later married Brereton Charles Marriott WATSON, and died in Elsternwick, Victoria, in 1935.
Wellesley was aged 42 when he was married thirdly, at St Stephen's Church, Bayswater (or Paddington), on 4 March 1892, to Emily Alice HILLIARD, aged 23, daughter of Henry John HILLIARD, Solicitor (Wellesley was recorded in the Register as aged 42, Bachelor, Manager, of 34 Alexander Street, and son of Harvey Wellesley Pole WELMAN, Colonel, late 1st Royals); she left Wellesley in February 1903 and went to live in South Africa; they had issue:
     d. Marjorie Florence WELMAN, baptised at St Stephen's, Paddington, on 12 February 1893; died at St Alban's, Hertfordshire, December quarter, 1900 [Volume 3a, Page 350], aged 8 years.
     e. Phyllis Muriel Erskine WELMAN, baptised at St James's, Clapham Park, Lambeth, on 14 December 1899; a Boarder and Student at a Private School, "Jarvis," Steyning, Sussex, 1911 Census, aged 11, born England; aged 19, Milliner, when she emigrated to Canada, on the ship Corsica, from Glasgow, 21 October 1919, bound for Quebec.
     f. Lawrence Guthrie WELMAN, born at St Pancras, London, about April 1902 [March quarter, Volume 1b, Page 18]; he died suddenly, on 22 October 1914, aged 12 years 6 months [Liverpool Echo, 2 November].
Wellesley was married fourthly, at St John's Church, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, on 23 March 1903, to Constance Mary BEARD, Spinster, daughter of George BEARD, of Kenilworth, Manufacturer (Wellesley was recorded in the Register as aged 42, a Widower, Officer in H.M.'s Forces, Major, and son of Harvey Wellesley Pole WELMAN, Colonel, Indian Staff Corps).
Wellesley was evidently married yet again, at All Saints, Enismore Gardens, London, in September 1904, to Esther HICKMAN, of Battersea Bridge Buildings (Old Bailey evidence - unless this was Mary BEARD hiding behind an alias?).

Harvey W. P. married secondly, at Inveresk with Musselburgh, Midlothian, 20 June 1853, Sophia Olivia BYRNE (daughter of John BYRNE, Esq, of Tivoli Place, Kingstown, County Dublin); she was aged 30, Born Dublin, with her husband and children, 1861; she died at Kent, December qtr 1870, aged 40; with further issue:

3. Harvey WELMAN, born Hyderabad, Scinde, Bombay Diocese, 28 July 1854, and baptised pn 5 Aug, a twin; he died 9 August 1854, and buried Hyderabad, Scinde, same day, an infant.

4. Alice WELMAN, all ditto, the other twin.

5. Edith WELMAN, born 6 August 1855, and baptised at Colaba, Bombay Archdeaconry, 1 October; aged 5, with parents, 1861; aged 15, with her father, 1871; she was at 1 College Row, H.M.'s Dockyard, Portsmouth, 1891 Census, Head of Household, Married, aged 45, with her two daughters; she was with her husband in 1901 and 1911; she died on 16 April 1932, and was buried with her husband; she married Major Edward RABAN, Royal Engineers, of Portsmouth; he was a joint executor of his father-in-law's will; at 35 Elm Park Gradens, Chelsea, 1901 Census, aged 50, Retired Colonel, R.E., with his wife, two daughters and niece Madeline; at 35 Elm Park Gardens, London S.W., 1911, aged 60, Colonel R.E. and Director of Works, Admiralty, with wife and daughter; K.C.B. (Civil), 1906, and K.B.E. (Military), 1919; he died on 8 February 1927, and was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist, Hatch Beauchamp, Somerset; they had issue:
     a. Edith Mabel RABAN, born in Bengal, 29 April 1875, and baptised at Shillong, 25 May; aged 15, with her parents, 1891; aged 25, with her parents, 1901; aged 35, with her parents 1911.
     b. Constance M. RABAN, born in Bengal, 19 October 1876, and baptized at Shillong, 1 September; aged 14, with her parents, 1891; aged 24, with her parents, 1901.

6. a son, still-born in Edinburgh, 25 May 1857 [Cork Examiner, 1 June].

7. Charlotte WELMAN, born in Scotland, 1859; aged 2, with her parents, 1861; aged 12, Scholar, with her father, 1871; she married Captain Stuart DAVIDSON, R.E., of Devonport; he was a joint-executor of his father-in-law's will.

8. Harvey WELMAN, born in Edinburgh, 31 January 1861; aged under 2 months, with his parents, 1861; aged 10, Scholar, with his father, 1871; named in his father's will, 1883; a noted amateur jockey as a young officer in India; he resided at Harbury, Warwickshire, from about 1900; at Temple House, Harbury, 1911 Census, aged 50, Army Pensioner, with his second wife; recalled back to Army service in 1914, he served in France with the Royal Irish Rifles, until he was invalided back to England, and Commanded a young soldier's Battalion of the Sussex Regiment at Aldershot until the end of the war; he removed to West Haddon, Northamptonshire, about 1920; Chairman of the Conservative Association at West Haddon, Member of the Daventry Board of Guardians, and "... hunted with the Pytchley, for which he was one of the wire agents" [Obituary]; O.B.E.; he died at Westfield House, West Haddon, Northamptonshire, on 30 April 1927 [Rugby Advertiser, 6 May] - after a well attended funeral at West Haddon Parish Church, where the chief mourners were "... Mrs WELMAN (widow), Colonel and Mrs FORTESCUE (nephew and niece), Colonel Stuart DAVIDSON (brother-in-law) and Lieutenant Commander Eric WELMAN (nephew)" [Northampton Mercury, 6 May], his remains were cremated at Leicester, and his ashes scattered over Kilworth Sticks, "... a well-known hunting covert" [Rugby Advertiser, 13 May]; he was married firstly, at St Paul's Parish Church, Kensington, Middlesex, by License, on 27 June 1895, to Ethel Gertrude CHILD, aged 31, Spinster of 14 Seville Street, daughter of William Henry CHILD, Gent, J.P. for Warwickshire, and Adelaide FORT, the marriage witnessed by Edward RABAN (his brother-in-law) and Herbert N. CHILD; Ethel died in Aden13 February 1896; Harvey married secondly, at St John's Parish Church, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, on 23 March 1903, to Constance Marion BEARD; she was aged 46, born Solihull, with her husband, 1911; they had no issue; she proved his will in 1927.
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Harvey may possibly have been the respondent to divorce proceedings brought on in the High Court of Justice, in London, in September 1894, by Ann Louise WELMAN [Cause No 16437]. A notice appeared in the Melbourne Age, 1 September 1894, identifying them as Harry WELLMAN, late of Great Russel Street, Bloomsbury, county of Middlesex, and Ann Louisa WELLMAN of 50 Great Coram Street, Bloomsbury. The publishing of this notice suggests that Harvey or Harry may have come from Melbourne, or may have been heading there.

9. Frederick WELMAN, baptised at Canterbury, Kent, 4 July 1866.

10. Arthur Pole WELMAN, born 27 October 1867, and baptised at Canterbury, 20 November; named in his father's will, 1883; served in Woolwich (1893), at Dundalk, County Louth, and at Hong Kong, before returning to Southsea; he went to Bermuda on duty on November 1903; returned to Eastbourne, about December 1906; Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army; at Hill Station, Freetown, Sierra Leone, 1909, Major, Army Service Corps; at 85 Easy Hill, Colchester, Essex, 1911 Census, aged 42, Lt-Col, Army Service Corps, with second wife Geraldine Mary; at Woking, Surrey, Colonel, Retired, Royal Irish Fusiliers [1939 Register]; he died at a nursing home near Brighton, 12 January 1949, aged 81, and was cremated at Brighton Crematorium, leaving a widow and a son; he was married firstly at St Jude's, Southsea, on 1 June 1892, to Fannie Vaughan Johnston DINNIS, daughter of Thomas DINNIS, Paymaster-in-Chief, R.N.; in 1908, Fanny petitioned for the restitution of her conjugal rights, stating that Arthur had withdrawn from cohabitation with her in July 1907, but Arthur declined to oblige, and stated he would not have her living under the same off as him - they were divorced, the Decree R.C.R. dated 14 October 1908; she was at 12 Sloan Gate Mansions, Sloan Square, Chelsea, 1911 Census, a Widow, aged 40, married 8 years, issue 2 children both still living, with her younger son; Arthur and Fanny had issue:
     a. Arthur Eric Pole WELMAN, born at Woolwich, Kent, 13 March 1893; Lieutenant-Commander, Royal Navy; D.S.O., D.S.C.; he attended his uncle Harvey WELMAN's funeral in 1927he died in Somerset, 3 July 1966; he was married firstly, at St George's, Hanover Square, in June 1920, to Eileen MALTBY, daughter of Lieutenant-Commander Gerald MALTBY, R.N.; she died in 1984; they had issue - a son Eric Michael Pole WELMAN, born at Chelsea, 9 October 1921, and died in September 2000.
Arthur Eric married secondly, Irene Maude Gladys KING.
     b. Douglas Pole WELMAN, born at Portsmouth, 22 June 1902; aged 8, with his mother, 1911; Government Engineer; sailed from London, 11 February 1928, on the ship Ingoma, bound for Grenada, West Indies, aged 25; he died at Winchester, Hampshire, in 1996.
Arthur was on secondment in Colchester about 1909 when he had met Geraldine Mary BRERETON, of Colchester, and by her had an illegitimate daughter:
     c. Bridget Geraldine BRERETON, born at Folkestone, Kent, about 1909, and adopted in February 1911 by Robert and Henrietta NISBET, of Glasgow, and thereafter answered to the name of Mary Louise NISBET; she married William Cunningham WATSON, with issue.
Arthur was married secondly, at the Cathedral Church, George Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone, on 8 November 1909, to the same Geraldine Mary BRERETON; she was a daughter of Brigadier-General Edward Fitzgerald BRERETON, and a granddaughter of Major-General Edward Penhurst FOSTER; she died in Portsmouth, in December quarter 1981, aged 93 years; they were divorced in 1926; they had issue:
     d. Gerald Pole WELMAN, born at Colchester, 25 August 1911; went America; died in 2004; married Priscilla.
Arthur married thirdly, Bertha Edith BARTON, born 6 Mar 1872 [1939 Register]; she died at Collington Avenue, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex, on 10 July 1959, a Widow, late of 1 Pentland Road, her estate valued at £15,093 8s 3d.
Harvey Junior married thirdly, at Wateringbury Church, Kent, on 18 September 1873, to Mary Bingham STEVENS, daughter of Rev H. STEVENS, vicar of Wateringbury [Homeward Mail, etc, Monday 22 September]; she was a joint executor of her husband's will; she was aged 56, born Wilmington, Kent, with her husband, 1891; she died at Rochester Kent, 10 January 1901, aged 67, late of 29 South Avenue, Rochester, Widow, probate to Rev Henry Bingham STEVENS, Clerk, and Francis Hermitage DAY, Solicitor, Effects £4089 11s 7d.
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[E] Abigail WELMAN, born 13 March 1818, and baptised St Peter's C. of I., Dublin; died at Campbell Town, Tasmania, 23 December 1852; married at St John's, Launceston, 25 April 1835, Thomas MASON, Police Magistrate; he died at Campbell Town, August 1888; issue: 

1. Emily Abigail MASON, born in Hobart, 6 August 1836. 

2. Alfred Nathaniel MASON, born in Hobart, 30 September 1837; married Emily Clara ATKINSON, with issue.

3. George John MASON, born at New Norfolk, 26 March 1839.

4. Frances Mary MASON, born in Hobart, 17 November 1841. 

5. Annie Elizabeth MASON, born in Hobart, 29 August 184?

6. Agnes Marion MASON, born in Hobart, 8 October 1847. 

7. Francis MASON, the Archdeacon of Hobart, 1888.
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[F] Hercules Atkins WELMAN, born 25 April 1819, and baptised at Enniscorthy, County Wexford; travelled to India with his father, August 1836; Colonel in the Army; at 24 George Street, Stoke Damerell, 1851 Census, aged 30, Army Captain, with wife and infant daughter; he died at Summerlees, Broad Lane, Sandown, Isle of Wight, 8 February 1890.
Hercules was married at St Pancras, London, 1 October 1849, to Augusta Eveline BECKHAM (daughter of Horatio BECKHAM); she was aged 26, born Norwich, Norfolk, with husband and child, 1851; she proved his will as the sole executrix; she was living with her married daughter (Maud JUSTICE) at St Legers, Brading, Hampshire, 1891 Census, aged 71, on her own means, born Norfolk; ditto, at 21 Chaucer Road, Bedford St Mary, 1901 Census, aged 81, born Norwich; she died at 21 Chaucer Road, Bedford, 2 December 1903, a Widow, probate to her daughter Maud Beatrice JUSTICE, also a Widow; they had issue:

1. Augusta Abigail WELMAN, born at Plymouth, August 1850, and baptized at Budock, Cornwall, 25 December 1850; aged 7 months, with her parents, 1851.

2. Louisa Josephine WELMAN, baptised at St Mary's, Bury, Lancashire, 28 April 1853; she was married firstly, at St Botolph's, Colchester, 1 June 1878. to Captain William GRAHAM, 105th Light Infantry [Freeman's Dublin Journal, 27 January]; she was married secondly, at All Saints, Cheltenham, 17 July 1893, Major J.R. YOUNG, East Yorkshire Regiment [Yorkshire Gazette, 22 July]. 

3. Maud Beatrice WELMAN, baptised at Pembroke Dock, Pembroke, Wales, 30 December 1863; she married. Philip JUSTICE, Major, Infantry; with issue:
     a. Maude E.J. JUSTICE, born at Sandown, Isle of Wight, about 1882; aged 18, with her parents, 1901.
     b. George H. JUSTICE, born at Sandown, Isle of Wight, about 1885; aged 15, with his parents, 1901.
     c. Cyril H. JUSTICE, born at Sandown, Isle of Wight, about 1896; aged 4, with his parents 1901.
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[G] Mary Collins WELMAN, born at Chatham Barracks, 11 September 1826 [Southern Report and Cork Commercial Courier, 19 September], and baptised at Chatham, Kent; she was a visitor, at "Southleigh," Lemon Street, Kenwyn, Cornwall, 1861 Census, aged 52, with her husband and 3 sons; she was residing at 14 Victoria Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, 1881 Census, aged 48, with her husband and two sons; she died at Fulham, October 1890, aged 64, and was buried at Kenwyn, Cornwall, on 11 October; she was married at Launceston, 23 October 1856, to William Henry PAUL, the eldest son of the late William PAUL, Esq, of Southleigh, Truro, Cornwall; William Henry was Lieutenant, transferred from the 12th Regiment of Foot to the 36th, 7 December 1857; he was living at Fulwood, Lancashire, 1868, Adjutant, 9th Depot Battalion; he was with his wife in 1881, aged 48, Retired Lt-Col, Head Constable; he was at 18 Baron's Court, Fulham, London, 1891 Census, a Widower; he died at a Nursing Home in Bognor Regis, Sussex, on 17 May 1914, late of 7 Hampstead Hill Mansions, Downshire Hill, Hampstead, Middlesex; they had issue:

1. Henry Welman PAUL, baptised at Truro, Cornwall, 16 September 1857; aged 3, with his parents, 1861; aged 13, Scholar, boarding at Lemon Street, Kenwyn, Cornwall, 1871, with 3 younger siblings; he died at Douglas, Isle of Man, 12 October 1881, aged 24 years.

2. Frederick William PAUL, born at Ash Green, Surrey, and baptised at St Peter's, Ash, 21 October 1858; aged 2, with his parents, 1861; aged 12, Scholar, with his brother, 1871; Church of England Minister; at 7 Vickers Street, Nottingham, 1911 Census, aged 52, with his wife Lizzie; he married Lizzie Page BROWNLOW, in about 1877.

3. Chester Bateman PAUL, born in Belfast, 1860; aged 6 months, with his parents, 1861; died in 1865.

4. George Arthur PAUL, born in Ireland, about 1864; aged 6, Scholar, with his brother, 1871; as Arthur G. aged 16, Scholar, with his parents, 1881; a Professional Cricketer; boarding at 23 Cambrook Street, Stretford, Lancashire, 1891 Census; aged 46, with his father, 1911, unmarried. 

5. Ethel Constance PAUL, born in Preston, Lancashire, and baptised at Christ Church, Fullwood, 27 May 1868; aged 2, with her brothers, 1871; aged 12, Scholar, with her parents, 1881; at 19 Elham Road, Kensington, London, 1901 Census, aged 32, Unmarried, and recorded as the daughter of the Head of the household, with two domestic servants - but she is the only PAUL recorded in the household, at the top of page 10 of the enumerator's book, and the bottom of page 9 does not record the Head of this household (perhaps an error in the transcription by the Enumerator from the household returns?).
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[H] William Henry Dowling Reeves WELMAN, born at Deptford, Kent, 22 October 1827, "...on the eve of embarking for N.S.W." [Saunders Newsletter, 30 October], and baptised at St Phillip's, Sydney, 1 April 1828.

William entered the Army, December 1847, as Ensign, 99th Regiment of Foot, by purchase, vice Bernard Henry O'REILLY, promoted Lieutenant by purchase vice PIGOTT who retires [Aberdeen Journal, 22 December]; a detachment of the 99th Regiment arrived in Western Australia in April 1849 on the ship Radcliffe, including Major REEVES, Lieutenant ELLIOTT, and WELMAN, with 100 other ranks; Ensign WELMAN, 99th Regiment, Western Australia, 1852-53, and appears to have played much cricket; Lieutenant, 1854; the 99th regiment was rotated back to England, 1856, and garrisoned in Ireland for two years; Captain, 1857; the 99th was transferred to Aldershot, 1858, and rotated back to India in 1859; the 99th was called to active service in China, and fought in the 2nd Opium War, at the Third battle of Taku Forts, the Battle of Palikao, and the Sack of Peking in 1860 (capturing one of the royal dogs in the process); the 99th was garrisoned at Hong Kong until 1865; in February 1865, they sailed on the H.M.S. Tamar, bound for Cape Town; Major, 1865; the regiment was in England from 1868 until 1878; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1875; commanded the 99th Regiment in the Zulu War of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Inyezene and during the investment of Ekowe [Army and Navy Gazette, 22 December 1906]; Order of the Bath, 1879; Colonel, 1880; retired as Major-General, 1882, to Ardvane, Godalming, Surrey; at Crafton Cottage, Cheriton, Kent, 1891 Census, aged 68, Retired Military Officer, born Dartford (sic), with his wife; he died at his residence, Ardvarne, Peperbarow Road, Godalming, on 9 December 1906, aged 79 years [Army and Navy Gazette, 22 December].
At least one on-line family tree suggests that Ensign William WELLMAN had issue by his wife Rebecca, a son George WELMAN, who was baptised at Guildford, W.A., in 1851, and died in 1852, aged 5 months; and that Rebecca died at Guildford in 1854, aged 25 years. However, this appears to have instead been William WILLMAN, of Pokeswell, Dorset, who arrived at Fremantle on 27 August 1850, on the ship Sophia, from Plymouth (27 April), with his wife Rebecca (she was baptised Rebecca Wellman MARSH at Piddlehinton, Dorset, 24 May 1829, and married William at Morden, Dorset, on 10 March 1850).
William was married in Kilkenny, Ireland, on 19 February 1857, to Sarah HINCKS, daughter of Ralph HINCKS; she was at Roebuck Lane, Rochester St Margaret, 1881 Census, aged 48, Colonel's wife, born Ireland; she was aged 59, with her husband, 1892; she died in Kent, 5 March 1893, late of Fernlea, 6 Freelands Road, Bromley; they had issue:

1. George Arthur WELMAN, born at Aldershot, 1858; at the Royal Academy, Alverstoke, Hants, 1871 Census, aged 12, Scholar; Sub-Lieutenant, 30th Regiment of Foot, 11 September 1876; transferred to the 22nd Foot, 15 August 1877; Lieutenant, 11 September 1877; Madras Staff Corps, 4 March 1878; at Seetabuldee, Madras, March 1882; posted to the 13th Madras Native Infantry, with which he served during the Burmese Expedition, 1886-89 (medal with two clasps); Adjutant, 13th Madras Infantry, at Bellary, November 1886; Major, 11 September 1897; at Barrackpore, 1903, when he witnessed his daughter's marriage; he retired on 1 October 1905; Lieutenant Colonel, Indian Army; died at Folkestone, Kent, 7 November 1913 [Army and Navy Gazette, 22 November]; he was married at Christ Church, Byculla, Bombay, on 28 May 1879, to Frances Louisa (Louie) Brenton FALLOON, fourth daughter of Garnet Joseph Wolseley FALLOON, Esq, late R.I.C., New Ross, Ireland. [Belfast News Letter, 26 June]. Issue included Clara Josephine WELMAN, who was born at Seetabuldee, 3 February 1882, and was married at Barrackpore, Inida, on 11 April 1903, to George Whitehill ROSS, Lieutenant, 2nd Bengal Light Infantry; Ruby WELMAN, born at Bellary, Madras, 3 November 1886.

2. Herbert Loftus WELMAN, born in Hong Kong, 1860; at the Royal Academy, Alverstoke, 1871 Census, aged 10, Scholar; Lieutenant, Royal Irish Rifles, 1886, at Gibraltar; stationed in Belfast in June 1899; severely wounded at Stromberg, South Africa, 1900, arriving home to Godalming in June 1900 to a hero's welcome; he was invalided out of the Army, but later served in the War Office in London (during W.W.1); of Newmans, Sutton, Surrey; at Halkyn Castle, Flintshire, 1901 Census, aged 40, Major in the Army, with wife Annie and three children; at Newmans, Mulgrave Raod, Cheam, Surrey, 1911 Census, aged 50, with his wife, son and sister-in-law Christine Louise BURROWS; he died at Seaforth, Bognor Regis, Sussex, England, 14 July 1932, probate to Christy Louise WELMAN, Widow; he was married, at the Garrison Church, Halifax, N.(S.?), on 15 October 1885, to Annie Harriet BURROWS, eldest daughter of J.F. BURROWS, Esq, M.C.P., of Seaforth, Somerset, Bermuda [Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald, Saturday 14 November]. They had issue:
     a. William Harvey Loftus John WELMAN, born at Mullingar, Ireland, 7 June 1888; Lieutenant, Indian Army, 23 December 1911, when he was married at Lahore Cathedral, to Sybil Estele McCOMBISH. 
     b. Noel Yvon Loftus WELMAN, born at Mullingar, 8 October 1889; Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, D.S.O. (January 1915), and killed in action on 25 Sep 1915.
     c. Longford Loftus WELMAN, born at the Artillery Barracks, Longford, 5 May 1894; aged 6, with his parents, 1900; died 3 July 1944.
     d. Herbert Loftus WELMAN, born at Longford, 21 March 1896; aged 5, with his parents, 1901.
     e. Sarah Annie Esme WELMAN, born at Godalming, 15 January 1899, and baptised at Saints Peter and Paul, Godalming, 17 February 1899; as Esma A., aged 2, with her parents, 1901; aged 12, Scholar, 1911 Census, with her uncle and aunt, Wilbram and Eva DAVIES, at the Royal Dockyard, Woolwich; engaged in March 1922 to be married to Lieutenant Michael DENNY, R.N., of H.M.S. "Excellent" (later an Admiral).
     f. Desmond Loftus, born St Pancras, London, 12 June 1904; aged 6, with his parents, 1911.

3. Henry Beauchamp WELMAN, born in Cork, 30 November 1863; Honorary Queen's Cadet, Royal Military College, to be Lieutenant, Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire) Regiment, September 1882, by augmentation [Naval and Military Gazette, Wednesday 13 September]; 53rd Regiment, 1893; Captain, 1st Shropshire Light Infantry, 1895; said to have been due "...to be tried at Bombay by a general court-martial in December 5, Colonel WHITTY, of Durham's, president, and Colonel STEVENS, R.A, prosecutor" [Homeward Mail, etc, 17 December 1898]; Major, Manchester Regiment; he died in England, 1928; married firstly, at St Mary of the Angles, Bayswater, London, on 23 July 1885, to Alice HAYES, daughter of Captain HAYES, late 83rd Regiment; she was at Hythe, Kent, 1891 Census, aged Eversleigh, the residence of Julian HAYES and his family, as his sister, aged 29, born India, with her daughter Eileen; on 23 July 1885, he divorced her in July 1892, citing her adultery with Captain SILVERTHORNE [Chard and Ilminster News, 23 July]; they had issue:
     a. Eileen Vivienne Beauchamp WELMAN, born at Peshawar, 15 September 1886; aged 4, with her mother, 1891 Census, residing with her uncle Julian HAYES in Hythe, Kent; Eileen died at Fulham, London, December 1949; she was married at the R.C. Cathedral, Westminster, October 1909, to Cecil MORLEY, Captain in the Manchester Regiment, who identified his wife in his Service Record as Eileen Vivienne Beauchamp SILVERTHORNE; residing in 1911 at Mullingar, Westmeath.
     b. Margery Laura Sarah WELMAN, born at Riversdale, Parsonstown, Cork, 11 January 1895 [Cork Constitution, 15 January], and buried at Hyderabad, Scinde, 4 August 1895, aged 6 months.
     c. Shelagh Annie Eyre WELMAN, born on 8 August 1896, and baptised at St Andrew's Church, Darjeeling, 27 September.
Henry was married secondly, at St Brendan's church, Parsonstown, on 1 July 1893, to Laura Page EYRE, youngest daughter of the late Colonel Thomas EYRE, 3rd Bombay Cavalry [Cork Constitution, Tuesday 4 July]; they had issue:
     d. William Herbert Eyre WELMAN, born at Benares, 5 November 1897, and baptised at St Mary's, Benares, 19 December.
4. William Hercules WELMAN, born and died in South Africa, 1865.

5. Sarah Caroline WELMAN, born at the Castle, Cape Town, 7 August 1867; died in Capetown, 1867, an infant.
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[J] Annie Alicia WELMAN, born Sydney, 30 March 1829, and baptised at St Phillip's Church; she was at Gold Hill House, Frensham, near Farnham, Surrey, in 1881, aged 52, Widow, Income from Land, with two sons; she was still there in 1891, with three adult children; she was at Malvern Road, Portsmouth, 1901 Census, aged 71, Widow; she was at Gold Hill, Fensham, 1911, aged 82, Widow, living on Private Means, with a companion and a domestic servant; she died at Farnham, 29 April 1914, and was buried at St Peter's Parish Church, Wrecclesham, 2 May, aged 86, late of Gold Hill, Frensham; Probate at London, 26 May, to the Rev Stanhope Edgar WARD, Clerk, effects £200 2s 4d; she was married at Trinity Church, Launceston, 25 May 1847, to Owen Florence Louis WARD, of Farnham, Surrey (born 7 September 1823, and baptised at St Andrew's, Farnham, 19 June 1824, son of James and Elizabeth WARD, Gent); he was at Ridgeway House, Farnham, Surrey, 1871 Census, aged 46, No occupation, Land Proprietor, with wife and 5 children; he died at Farnham, September 1873 [Volume 2A, page 61], aged 50 years, and was buried at Wrecclesham, Surrey, on 16 September; they had issue: 

1. James Arthur WARD, born at Port Arthur, Tasmania, about 1848; aged 32, with his mother, 1881; aged 32,no occupation, with his mother, 1891; he died at Farnham, 1933, and was buried at Wrecclesham on 2 February, aged 85.

2. Owen Charles WARD, born in Sydney, 9 August 1849 [Cornwall Chronicle, 29 August]; aged 22, Law Student, with his parents, 1871; Solicitor; buried at Wrecclesham, Surrey, on 27 June 1885, aged 35, late of Hale Road; he was married to Ellen Augusta, by whom a son - Reginald Pender WARD, baptised at St Andrew's, Farnham, 29 December 1883. 

3. Rosamund Alice WARD, born in Sydney, 31 March 1851 [Launceston Examiner, 16 April]. 

4. Henry Florence WARD, born in Sydney, 13 February 1853, and baptised at St James's Church, 20 February.

5. Augusta Henrietta WARD, born at Bath, 1854; she died on 31 January 1925; she married George ROUMIEU.

5. Ernestine Ellen WARD, born at Farnham, about 1855; aged 15, Scholar, with her parents, 1871; probably Constance E., aged 34, with her mother, 1891; died in 1915; she married her second cousin Kempson Federick THOMAS.

6. Percy Milton WARD, baptised at Wrecclesham, 5 April 1857. 

7. Gertrude Annie WARD, baptised at Wrecclesham, 3 February 1861; buried at Wrecclesham, 7 October 1864, aged 3 and a half years. 

8. Edith Maude WARD, baptised at Wrecclesham, 6 July 1862; buried at Wrecclesham, 10 October 1864, aged 2 years. 

9. Stanhope Edgar WARD, baptised at Wrecclesham, 6 September 1863; aged 7, Scholar, with his parents, 1871. 

10. Edgerton Harry WARD, baptised at Wrecclesham, 1 January 1865.

11. Gerald Lechmore WARD, baptised at Wrecclesham, 5 August 1866; aged 5, Scholar, with his parents, 1871. 

12. William Edwin WARD, baptised at Wrecclesham, 3 November 1867; aged 3, with his parents, 1871; aged 13, Scholar, with his other, 1881; aged 23, with his mother, 1891; buried at Wrecclesham, 30 April 1904, aged 36 years, late of The Nest, Lower Bourne, Farnham.